#StillBisexual - Sharon Gonsalves




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Published on Sep 17, 2016

#StillBisexual is a social media and video campaign that aims at dispelling one of the main misconceptions about bisexuals — that they don’t stay that way.

Filmed in Boston, Massachusetts
August 25th, 2016


Video transcript:
In 1980 when I was 20 yrs old
I came out as a lesbian
But it was just a phase
I was angry at men who abused me sexually
I found loving relationships with women
From age 20-24, I lived in upstate New York
As a lesbian feminist
Womyn’s music saved my life
Having a women’s community gave me a safe haven to heal & grow.
I was part of a collective.
We produced a weekly womyn’s music radio show
I learned to engineer the show.
Then I got involved with the chief engineer at the station...
A man!!! Horrors
I lost my community :-(
I was a dreaded bisexual!
Soon I found the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network
So I moved to Boston ☺
I now had lots of friends! Instant community
I started organizing bi events
I wrote articles about being bisexual
I made a video
I spoke out at work
At conferences we talked about alternative modes of relating.
I wore a t-shirt that said “Too mean to marry”
I had another one that said Either Way P-Town
I had simultaneous relationships with women & men.
Primary with women
“Friends with benefits” with men
Then I moved away to a small town
Everyone knew everyone
Everyone saw everything
I became monogamous
First with women for 7 years
Then with men for 7 years
I’m still more interested in alternative modes of relating.
I’m still too mean to marry
32 years and counting...
I’m Still Bisexual


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