Not all the views stated on this page are the view point of our group. These are stories and thought of people in this life style stated here. We are open and excepting to most people and it may be confusing, but to let you know we do believe in equality weather it is gay, straight, bi, even trans, or even all those other categories that people just don't talk about. We may not know about "your" sexuality and we ask that your sexuality is not pushed on others. We want you to tell your story, and let people know what is out there to look at, but please do not push, not all people are open minded that is why we say it here and it stays here.


I'm so proud of my daughter for being honest and open about her identity. She told me she identifies as straight and monogamous, and I think that's wonderful. She's only 16, but she's already thinking about her future and what she wants from life. In Michigan, 16 is the legal age for sexual consent, but I trust her to make smart and safe decisions. She has the support of both her moms and me, no matter what. We love her unconditionally, whether she's straight, gay, or anything else. We know that people can change over time, and we respect that. She's our daughter, and we're always here for her.

One of the life lessons that the druid teaches is that a person has three aspects of their identity. The first aspect is how they perceive themselves, their self-image and self-esteem. The second aspect is how others view them, their reputation and social status. The third aspect is who they really are, their true nature and essence. These three aspects may not always be aligned or consistent, and the druid encourages people to seek harmony and balance among them.

we are now excepting more stories from you... please.

I have been informed that I belong to the LGBTQ2+ community, which is a diverse and inclusive group of people who identify with different sexual orientations and gender identities. My family has been very supportive of me and each other, and they have embraced this community as well. They have shown me love, acceptance and respect, and I am grateful for their kindness and understanding. My wife and I are polyfadelital so we are added to the list. I also give that same love and respect back to them. This paragraph explains how our coven operates on the principles of mutual respect and dignity among all members. We value each other's contributions and support each other's growth and development. We do not tolerate any form of disrespect, discrimination or harassment in our coven. We are a united and harmonious group that strives to uphold these values in everything we do.

confusion about who you are can you clear that up

As a leader of our coven/ community I personally do not know a lot about the subject. Can you please enlighten me? personally I am from an older generation and all these new terms had not been brought out yet. We have a great couple of gals that should be coming soon to give us there insight. there names are not important but we need you to understand we support them and they support us in our walks of life's.



Bisexuality is a sexual orientation where individuals are attracted to more than one gender. Bisexual people can find themselves in a variety of relationship structures, including monogamous marriages. In these relationships (not fulfilling for one if not for both parties involved in their lives), being bisexual does not necessarily mean a preference for one gender over another, nor does it imply any predisposition toward infidelity or polyamory, as commonly misconceived. Many bisexual individuals are in happy, committed relationships with partners of a different or the same gender and find fulfillment within the parameters of their marriage (until boredom hits & than they cheat on their partner no matter length of relationships). It's important to recognize that bisexuality, like any other sexual orientation, is a legitimate and natural aspect of human diversity. The experiences of bisexual individuals in marriages are as varied and complex as the individuals themselves. Each person navigates their identity and relationship in a way that is authentic and comfortable for them, which can include open communication with their partner about their orientation and needs. Understanding and acceptance from both partners are crucial in fostering a healthy and supportive marriage. It's also essential for society to continue progressing towards inclusivity and away from stereotypes and assumptions about bisexual individuals, especially regarding their capacity for long-term, monogamous relationships.

Creating more inclusive spaces for bisexual individuals is a multifaceted endeavor that requires a collective effort from society. It starts with education and awareness, ensuring that people understand the spectrum of sexual orientations and the unique experiences of bisexual individuals. Inclusive language is a cornerstone of such spaces; using terms like 'partner' instead of gender-specific terms can make a significant difference. Visibility is also key; displaying symbols of inclusivity, such as rainbow flags or pronoun badges, can signal a safe and welcoming environment.

In the workplace, implementing policies that explicitly protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation, and providing diversity training for employees, can foster an inclusive culture. Healthcare providers should be trained to understand and respect the specific needs of bisexual patients, avoiding assumptions and biases in treatment. In schools, inclusive sex education that represents all orientations can help normalize bisexuality and reduce stigma.

Public spaces can be designed with inclusivity in mind, considering the needs of all individuals, including those from the LGBTQ+ community. This might involve creating non-gendered restrooms, ensuring safe and accessible areas for everyone, and planning events that celebrate diversity.

Media representation plays a crucial role; by portraying bisexual characters in a positive and complex manner, media can influence public perceptions and promote understanding. Support networks and community groups provide a space for bisexual individuals to connect, share experiences, and find solidarity.

Online platforms should be moderated to prevent harassment and provide resources for bisexual individuals. Allyship is vital; those who are not part of the bisexual community can show their support by standing up against biphobia, participating in events like Pride, and educating themselves and others about bisexuality.

Finally, ongoing evaluation and feedback mechanisms can ensure that the efforts to create inclusive spaces are effective and evolving to meet the community's needs. By taking these steps, we can work towards a society where bisexual individuals feel equally valued and included.

Bisexual individuals often encounter unique challenges that stem from societal misconceptions and biases. One of the most significant issues is the social stigma and discrimination they face, which can manifest in various forms, from microaggressions to outright acts of hate and violence. This discrimination is deeply rooted in cultural beliefs and personal biases, leading to a lack of acceptance and respect for bisexual identities. Legal challenges are another hurdle, as many countries lack comprehensive laws to protect the rights of bisexual people, and in some places, bisexuality is criminalized. Healthcare barriers also pose a significant challenge, as bisexual individuals may face stigmatization by healthcare providers, refusal of care, and inadequate treatment. Mental health issues are prevalent among bisexual individuals due to the stress of dealing with persistent discrimination and invisibility. In the realm of education, bisexual individuals may struggle with a lack of representation and support, leading to feelings of isolation. Economic inequality is another concern, as discrimination can impact employment opportunities and financial stability. Family acceptance can be a challenge, with some bisexual individuals facing rejection from their loved ones. Media representation is often lacking or stereotypical, which can perpetuate harmful myths and contribute to the invisibility of bisexual individuals. Within the transgender community, bisexual individuals may face additional layers of discrimination and misunderstanding. Intersectional discrimination, which considers multiple aspects of an individual's identity, can compound the challenges faced by bisexual people. To address these issues, it's crucial to challenge stereotypes, provide accurate information, and foster inclusive environments that respect and affirm the identities of bisexual individuals.

Bisexuality, as a sexual orientation, is often surrounded by a myriad of misconceptions that can lead to confusion and misunderstanding. One common myth is that bisexuality is just a phase, a temporary state of confusion or experimentation before settling on a "true" sexual orientation. However, research has shown that bisexuality is a stable and enduring identity for many individuals. Another misconception is the belief that bisexuals are equally attracted to all genders. In reality, bisexual individuals may experience varying degrees of attraction to different genders, and this can also fluctuate over time. The stereotype that bisexual people are promiscuous or more likely to be unfaithful in relationships is another unfounded assumption. Bisexual individuals, like those of any other sexual orientation, have the capacity for monogamy and fidelity. There's also the erroneous idea that bisexuality doesn't exist and that individuals must choose between being heterosexual or homosexual. This binary view disregards the spectrum of human sexuality and the experiences of those who are attracted to more than one gender. Additionally, some believe that only women can be bisexual, which erases the experiences of bisexual men and non-binary individuals. Lastly, the notion that bisexual individuals are "half gay and half straight" oversimplifies and misrepresents the complexity of bisexual identity. It's important to challenge these myths and acknowledge the diverse experiences of bisexual individuals to foster a more inclusive and understanding society.

Promoting a better understanding of bisexuality involves addressing misconceptions, increasing visibility, and fostering inclusive environments. Education is a powerful tool; by providing accurate information about bisexuality and the experiences of bisexual individuals, we can dispel myths and encourage empathy. This includes highlighting the diversity within the bisexual community and acknowledging that attraction can be fluid and exist on a spectrum. Support networks are also crucial; creating spaces where bisexual individuals can share their experiences and find solidarity can help in affirming their identity. Advocacy plays a role as well; supporting policies and initiatives that recognize and protect the rights of bisexual people is essential for societal change. Mental health resources tailored to the unique challenges faced by bisexual individuals can offer support and guidance. Additionally, media representation that portrays bisexual characters in a nuanced and respectful manner can influence public perception and promote understanding. Finally, personal relationships are key; open and honest conversations about sexuality can lead to greater acceptance and support within families, friendships, and communities. By combining these efforts, we can work towards a society that fully recognizes and appreciates the complexity and validity of bisexuality.

LGBTQ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer or Questioning. These terms are used to describe a spectrum of sexual orientations and gender identities that are not exclusively heterosexual or cisgender. Lesbian refers to women who are attracted to other women, while gay is a term used for men attracted to other men, though it can also be used broadly to describe homosexual individuals. Bisexual individuals are attracted to both their own gender and other genders. Transgender people have a gender identity that does not align with the sex they were assigned at birth. Queer is a term used by some to describe a non-normative sexual orientation or gender identity, and Questioning is for individuals who are exploring their sexual orientation or gender identity. The acronym sometimes includes additional letters to be inclusive of a wider range of identities, reflecting the diversity within the community. It's a representation of unity, diversity, and the ongoing journey towards acceptance and equality for all.

The history of LGBTQ rights is a testament to the resilience and tenacity of the LGBTQ community. The movement for LGBTQ rights in the United States can be traced back to the early 20th century, with the formation of the Society for Human Rights by Henry Gerber in Chicago in 1924, which is considered the first documented gay rights organization in the country. Despite facing many challenges, including police raids that led to its disbandment, the society set a precedent for future organizations and publications advocating for the rights of homosexual individuals.

During the mid-20th century, the movement gained momentum with the establishment of groups like the Mattachine Society and the daughters of Bilitis, which created spaces for LGBTQ individuals to gather and support one another. The 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City marked a significant turning point, as members of the LGBTQ community stood up against police harassment and violence, sparking nationwide activism and the annual tradition of Pride parades.

In the decades that followed, the LGBTQ rights movement saw both setbacks and victories. The AIDS crisis of the 1980s brought widespread discrimination against the gay community, but also led to increased visibility and advocacy for LGBTQ health issues. The 1990s and 2000s witnessed significant legal progress, including the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and the Defense of Marriage Act, culminating in the landmark Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges in 2015, which legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

Despite these advances, the fight for equality continues, with ongoing efforts to secure comprehensive anti-discrimination protections, transgender rights, and global LGBTQ advocacy. The history of LGBTQ rights is a powerful reminder of the ongoing struggle for equality and the importance of solidarity and activism in achieving social change. For a more detailed exploration of this rich history, resources are available that chronicle the experiences and milestones of the LGBTQ rights movement.

The question of inclusivity within the LGBTQ community is a significant one, touching on the broader issues of representation and rights within social movements. It's important to acknowledge that the journey towards equality is ongoing and multifaceted. The LGBTQ community is not a monolith; it consists of diverse groups with varying experiences and challenges. The concerns of bisexual individuals regarding visibility and representation are valid and have been a topic of discussion within the community and its advocacy efforts.

Efforts to address these concerns include initiatives to ensure that bisexual people are included in the broader conversation about LGBTQ rights. For instance, the Executive Order on Advancing Equality for LGBTQ individuals explicitly mentions bisexuals, aiming to combat discrimination and eliminate disparities. Additionally, organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union have been fighting for the rights of bisexual individuals alongside other members of the LGBTQ community. 

When are we as bisexual people going to be understood and not have to worry about being judged BY MAN AND LAW?

Promoting understanding and acceptance in society involves a multifaceted approach that includes education, awareness, and active participation in inclusive practices. Education is a powerful tool for combating ignorance and prejudice. By incorporating comprehensive diversity and inclusion curricula in schools and workplaces, we can foster a culture of empathy and respect from a young age. Awareness campaigns can also play a crucial role in highlighting the value of diversity and the importance of inclusion. These campaigns can take many forms, such as public service announcements, social media initiatives, or community events, all aimed at dispelling myths and encouraging open dialogue.

Active participation in inclusive practices means creating environments where everyone feels valued and heard. This can be achieved by ensuring representation of diverse groups in decision-making processes, promoting policies that protect against discrimination, and facilitating access to resources and support for marginalized communities. It's also essential to recognize and challenge our own biases, which requires a willingness to listen, learn, and grow. Engaging in conversations with people from different backgrounds and experiences can broaden our perspectives and reduce misunderstandings.

In the workplace, diversity and inclusion training can help employees understand the benefits of a diverse team, such as increased creativity, better problem-solving, and improved economic performance. Companies that prioritize diversity and inclusion are often more successful and innovative because they draw from a wider range of experiences and ideas. In addition, supporting and participating in events that celebrate diversity, such as cultural festivals or pride parades, can enhance community cohesion and social harmony.

On a personal level, we can promote understanding and acceptance by being allies to those who face discrimination. This means standing up against injustice, supporting policies that promote equity, and using our voices to amplify the concerns of marginalized groups. It's about taking action, whether that's through volunteering, donating to causes that advance inclusion, or simply being a compassionate and supportive presence in someone's life.

Ultimately, promoting understanding and acceptance is about building a society where everyone can thrive. It's a continuous effort that requires commitment from individuals, organizations, and governments alike. By working together, we can create a world that celebrates diversity and fosters an environment of mutual respect and dignity for all. (Including bisexuals that have more than one love, the only group that still has laws against marrying all the people needed in a bisexual life, even after everyone else received their rights?)  

Furthermore, there is recognition of the unique challenges faced by bisexual individuals. Research has shown that bisexual people suffer from higher rates of sexual assault, domestic violence, poverty, and homelessness compared to their gay and lesbian counterparts. This has spurred discussions on the need for more targeted support and resources for the bisexual community.

The path towards full equality and inclusion is complex and requires continuous effort and dialogue. It involves not only legal and policy changes but also cultural shifts and increased visibility for all members of the LGBTQ community. As society progresses, the hope is that all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation, will find equitable representation and support within the movement for LGBTQ rights. The conversation about the rights and representation of bisexual individuals is an integral part of this journey towards a more inclusive society.