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n two weeks, I will celebrate my second wedding anniversary to my best friend on the planet.Our life together is everything I could ever have asked for, and I can’t imagine ever having any regrets, or growing old with anyone else.Keep browsing and you'll see our vintage-inspired NYC wedding, our candlelit engagement, even a snap from the day we first met in person after months of Ok Cupid courtship.
Sometimes I feel like I bring this up in conversation less out of any particular relevance and more as a defense mechanism—“See, I’m not straight, I like girls too!
It made me wonder: Do I still deserve to consider gay and bi people my peers when my current life screams "straight girl"? "Bi people fear that marrying heterosexually is somehow an erasure of their identity.
Straight people assume that your gay relationships were a phase.
She wasn't the only girl I'd been involved with — I've batted for both teams (on the DL) since high school — but this relationship was the most serious.
There were amazing times, like my 21st birthday, when we literally danced until dawn at an iconic club, or how she inspired me to run (starting with just a few blocks and building up to a 5-mile jog). A few weeks after we met, I came out to my parents and faced their initial shock and disappointment; we didn't speak for a while.
Being around him made me feel relaxed and excited all at once.