DISCLAIMER: The list above was written by me for me. They were not written as an actual directive or to be an actual guide for anyone else’s bisexuality; just my own. Everyone’s story is different, just like everyone’s list would be different if they made one. I was trying to come out to my family and didn’t know how. So I wrote these lists as a way for me to understand my experience and what exactly I would say to fifteen-year-old me if given the opportunity. It was a way to understand and figure out how I wanted my processing of what I was feeling to continue. It’s pretty messy, occasionally funny, but ultimately, personal.
About the Author
Olivia is a writer based in North Carolina. She graduated from The New School College of Performing Arts with a bachelor’s degree in Dramatic Arts and enjoys viewing and analyzing media from plays (actual or virtual) to film and television. Her favorite writers tend to be playwrights like Lanford Wilson, Lorraine Hansberry and Tony Kushner, but her favorite books include The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah or The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. When she isn’t watching or reading new work, she listens to Bruce Springsteen, knits, and watches book reviews and costuming/sewing videos on YouTube.
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