Glittergal

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About Glittergal

  • Rank
    Bashful
  • Birthday 12/04/1999

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  • Music
    Rock, alternative, indie, classical, musical theatre
  • Location
    Upstate NY
  • Interests
    Singing, listening to music, writing, drawing, sleeping too late, procrastinating
  • Signature Fragrance
    Japanese Cherry Blossom (B&BW)
  • Favourite Book
    Mountains Beyond Mountains (Tracy Kidder), The Skin I’m In (Sharon G. Flake)
  • Favourite TV Show
    Any court show
  • Favourite Film
    Get Out, The Circle, the Captain America trilogy, Justice League

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  1. This is a question I've had since I've come to terms with my bisexuality. Just some necessary information before we start: I'm more attracted to women than I am men. I'm not a virgin, and did have sex with one guy, who is my ex, before, but overall it was not a pleasant experience (quite terrible actually). I'm 18, so I know I have a lot of learning to do still, but I'm the type of person who wants answers to burning questions immediately lol. I've always felt like I've felt a stronger sexual/physical attraction to women and a stronger romantic attraction to men. Even when I was younger and not so curious about sex (say middle school), I'd still pay more attention to and be more interested in women's appearances than men's. As I got older and I started to think about sex more, I knew that I'd prefer to have sex with another woman over a man if I ever had to choose for whatever reason. I was still attracted to men and curious about them, but not as much as women. I remember being in middle school and the first two years of high school, and really wanting a boyfriend, however. Whenever I think of something like marriage or an ideal relationship with the perfect person, I always picture a guy first. But when I think about having a perfect sexual experience, really good sex where both parties are satisfied, or just the most attractive person ever, the first person to come to my mind then is a woman. I value my connection to the women in my life, always being closer to them than men, and I wonder if that more platonic, safe feeling is the reason I want to have such a passionate, sexual experience with a woman. However, shouldn't that also translate into more romantic, less sexual or physical feelings then? I've always wondered if the more romantic feelings and envisioning myself with a man for things like marriage is the result of heteronormativity and being raised in environments where I was taught homosexuality was wrong (I used to be very homophobic admittedly). There is a rift between the lesbian and the bisexual female communities, and one of the reasons for this is because some lesbians believe bi women ultimately want to be in heterosexual relationships for societal approval but they still want the experience of having sex with another woman. I know there is a lot of underlying biphobia in that belief, but I've always wondered if this describes me? I don't know if I've explained this well. If I haven't please tell me. I've just been thinking about this a lot lately because I've really been wanting to have more experiences with women, but I'm not sure if I would want a meaningful relationship with a woman at this time. I just want to finally make sense of this. Sorry this is long.
  2. Hi everyone! I'm Glittergal. It's nice to meet you all. A little about me...I'm 18 but I've known I was bi since I was 15. I'm Kinsey 4, so I'm slightly more attracted to women than men. I lost friends for my sexual orientation when I was in 9th grade, when I was still questioning and decided to cut off a homophobic friend in our friend group. The group fell apart in the most ironic of ways, which I'll talk about in later posts, but I feel like I still have pain and resentment left over from this event. Similarly, I had a month-and-a-half long relationship with a guy I had a crush on last year when I was a junior and he was a senior. I lost my virginity to him and he ultimately ended up using me for sex. I broke up with him after an intense pregnancy scare and quickly realized he was a POS and really low-hanging fruit compared to guys I like this year. It hurt a lot to know I let him use me as a sex object but I've recovered a lot with time. I'll probably get more into that later as well. These events, more than I'd like to admit, have had their effects on me. I think speaking to similar people who may have similar stories would be helpful as I get older and (hopefully) wiser. Other things I will probably talk about here are inner conflicts, some family issues, things with friends of the present and past, my goals and hopes, my fears, and maybe some of my opinions that have also have their profound effects on me. I'm also very, very, very eager to explore my sexuality more, now that I'm legal, but this time in a healthier, safer, and more empowering ways. And this time with other women. I have a lot of fantasies but I'm also very shy lol. I hope the women here can share their wisdom and truths, hear what I have to say, and heal with me I guess. I really appreciate women and I find that I value and yearn for their company at times, in both romantic and sexual ways, and non-romantic and non-sexual ways. This is probably more serious and dramatic than it needs to be...Some more casual things about me are that my favorite color is purple, I'm a huge makeup geek, I love to sing and waste time I don't have listening to music. I have huge celebrity crushes on Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan (Stucky and other gay ships for the win!!), I have alopecia but it's not that bad (yet), and I want to be a medical researcher so I'll be in college for a long time working for that doctorate degree but I also want to be an activist. Do I have anything in common with anyone, or did I scare everyone away with my melodramatic intro lol? <3
  3. “Do you like boys or girls?”

    “Yes.”