Lifestyle vlogger Eva Gutowski, better known to more than 7 million You Tube subscribers as My Life As Eva, announced to her fans earlier this week that she is bisexual — becoming yet another powerful member of the LGBT community to share her identity with legions of young followers.Fresh off the heels of her breakup with boyfriend Alex Hayes, a fellow You Tuber, Gutowski tweeted: “Just because you haven’t dated someone of the same sex does not mean you can’t be taken seriously as a bisexual.The camera zoomed in to the lack of distance between their faces. Not yet.” This is not an “I’m not interested in girls,” or an “I’m not interested in you.” It’s not a sudden sexual awakening.Lexa told Clarke she cares about her, and Clarke asks why she can’t be trusted. Clarke doesn’t need to say anything about being bisexual because she always has been.I am ready for myself to fall in love with someone, no matter who they end up being, and have been since I was 12. Why would you limit your love to half of what it could be, based off of being scared to ‘not be normal.’ No, love is for everybody to share.” While ‘coming out’ videos on You Tube have been momentous and headline-grabbing events in the past, today, some creators are taking a breezier approach — including Alexis G.Zall, who announced that she’s “a girl who likes girls” in an unmarked video in June that almost seemed like an afterthought.Apr 19, 2016 I wanted to reject the more mainstream “bisexual” label, and own the One of my favorite spoken word poets, Andrea Gibson, has a line about (Feature Image: Two people on bicycles with their backs to the camera.
Unfortunately, the CDC's questions about sexuality aren't always consistent — or even all that sex-savvy.
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More Americans than ever identify as bisexual, according to a report released by the CDC yesterday.
The CDC asked more than 9,000 people in the US between the age 18 and 44 about their sexual experiences, who they're attracted to, and to self-identify their sexual orientation in the 2011-2013 National Survey of Family Growth.
This survey matters because the portion on sexuality is used to identify US populations that might be at higher risk for STIs or HIV.
When Clarke wasn’t looking, Lexa would stare at her with an expression that can only be described as ‘heart eyes.’ And tonight, their relationship came to a head.