Seventeen year old Miranda DeLong received a huge shock as she was returning home from work last week. It was 2am in the morning. She, a proud bi teen, was accompanied by her friend, who is transgender, walking from the boardwalk where they were employed. There before them, scrawled in taggers graffiti paint across her family’s garage were the large words: “I’m Gay”.
Miranda’s sister Emily is also an out bi teen.
Harm was not to be had, however. “We decided to paint,” Erin declares. “We decided that some announcements deserve more than gray spray paint.” Paint, they did. Their garage now sports the largest rainbow flag image for miles around.
I do not like every girl/guy that walks by.
I am not greedy.
It is not a phase.
It is not for attention.
I am not a slut, hoe, thot, whore…etc.
I am not confused.
I am not half gay/ half straight.
I am not gay.
I am not a follower.
It is not a choice.
I do not have to pick one.
I do not choose by gender who I like, I choose by personality, attractiveness,and genuineness.
Sincerly, Bisexual Me.