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THINKING ABOUT (Bi)SEXUALITY: A Website for Young People



Welcome! These pages are intended for EVERYONE, of every identity, and for anyone who is thinking about what their attractions toward other people mean. And if you are a young person who identifies as bisexual, or who uses some other word to describe your non-binary sexual orientation, these pages are also for you.

As more and more people have come to recognize the limitations of rigid classifications, sexual orientation labels have become less fixed and permanent. People – especially youth – are increasingly open to experiencing a wide range of attractions that cross lines, and immensely creative and playful in their use of terms and labels.

Some identify as queer, pansexual, heteroflexible, omnisexual or fluid. Others choose to leave the question open in their lives. Some publicly acknowledge attractions and/or relationships with people of more than one sex while simultaneously claiming the right to identify as heterosexual, lesbian or gay. Some deliberately use labels strategically, identifying differently in different social contexts. And some choose not to label at all. This page is for all of you.

Here you will find a range of resources, from personal stories to scientific data to help you explore sexuality and relationships and to think about what this may mean in your own personal life.

ASSUME NOTHING!

When we use the word “bisexual,” we’re talking about a lot more than just people who actually identify as bisexual. We use it to refer to people who experience attraction to people of more than one sex, and/or who have experience with people of more than one sex, who may identify as straight, as bi, as queer, who may use some other word, or not label at all.

So when you are exploring this site, feel free to apply what you find here to your own identity and experiences.


DID YOU FIND WHAT YOU WERE LOOKING FOR at BiYouth.org? This page is alive and changing. What did you like about this site? What else are you looking for that isn’t here (yet)? Do you have any questions left unanswered? Are there any great materials (videos, websites, books, blogs, etc. that you know of that you think we should share here? The Bisexual Resource Center wants to hear from you, and we are just one click away. Email the author of the Bi Youth pages, Robyn Ochs.




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