5000. DANG. I’m kind of stunned that 5000 people think my art is worth looking at and are also willing to put up with whatever other dumb shit I post. You’re all awesome, and being lucky enough to have such a wonderful and supportive audience encourages me to keep moving forward and and doing what I do! MACARONS FOR EVERYONE. <3
I’d pretty much die for this. Pretty much, not even joking, though I’d prefer not to, seeing as then I’d never get to see it done.
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Jenecis, Age 18, Los Angeles, California.
I identify as bisexual. When I was younger I didn’t really understand sexuality. I would just identify as straight because there were no females I strongly wanted to have a relationship with. So I would tell myself to stop thinking things. I would have the same emotions if I saw a really cute boy or cute girl. For females I’d think, “It’s probably just because I want to look like her.” In my senior year of high school, I realized I didn’t want to be them, I just really felt attracted to them.
Read Jenecis’s full profile at We Are the Youth.
Photo by Laurel Golio, interview as told to Diana Scholl.
I had people tell me that, actually, all women find other women cute, it’s because SOCIETY TRAINS US TO and other shit, fashion, we wanna look like ‘em, media sexualizes women even to other women…. In order to deny that I was bisexual. Saying they’re not ‘true’ feelings of like for women.
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