Realising I was bisexual: Pippa’s story

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But the first time I watched a film or tv show and felt sexually attracted to the person on the screen, it was a woman — a scene in American Pie, I think! So I had two things to worry about! I felt lonely and bottled everything up. I decided that the only thing that would make it better was to talk about it. But how?? I knew I needed to talk to someone before my mental state hit a dangerous low and I was too scared of what my friends and family would think, so I found other ways to talk about it. They kept their social media groups and everything very secret because they understand how hard it can be, so I felt safe knowing no one would find out. It all helped. The third time I told someone was a text, sent to a friend, on Christmas day, from the bathroom of my family home.

Always since I first got that good-throbby feeling from watching mermaid Ariel aim into a naked human, I've accepted that whatever I was I was. Luckily, my late 20s helped adjust that straight or, should I about, not straight. So in honor of our visibility this Bisexual Awareness Week, I want to recommend some books. What follows is by no agency an exhaustive list of bisexual books — that would be pretty a good deal impossible.

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