March 11, 2020

How Did You Know You Were Bisexual? • In The Closet

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– Hello, welcome to In The Closet. (laughs) A show where I try to get as close to my friend’s boobs as possible! (happy music) Hi everybody. My name is Jen. Welcome to In the Closet, a show where we talk about things that matter to you! We bring people into this closet, they leave not much different than before. Today, my first guest is Jordan.

A lovely, young woman who is also my friend despite what she might tell you. Welcome our first topic. – Yay! – Okay. – Is this where I sit? – Yeah. Big ladies, big dreams. – Big ol’ ladies.

Okay Jordan, what is the topic of today? – Uh, being bi. I identify as a bisexual and/or queer person. My preferred pronouns are “she” and “her”. – I am a les-boon and my preferred pronouns are also “she” and “her”. – I would define bisexuality as being attracted to both your gender and other genders. – I guess it would be hard to define for everybody when you’re just one person. – We’re often seen as “not gay enough” for the LGBT community and also “not straight enough” for the straight community. – How did you know that you were bi? – In high school, my friend was like, “I think I like you” and then I was like, “oh, that’s interesting.

I think I might like you too”, and then we dated. – Was it a woman? – Yeah, my friend was a woman, or a young girl at the time. – I guess, yeah. – Then I dated some guys and then I dated some girls, and I was just kind of like “hey this is pretty cool” “I’ll just keep doing this thing”. How did you know that you were a lesbian? – I was in a car with my mom and I was thinking to myself, “what if I was gay?” and then all of a sudden as soon as I had that thought, – Yeah. – There was a cold chill.https://www.pcgamer.com/the-colonel-sanders-dating-sim-was-one-of-steams-biggest-releases-for-september/ And then that was like “whaaaat?” (laughs) You have a boyfriend right now. – I currently have a boyfriend, yes. A lot of people just assume I’m straight. “Well if you marry a guy, are you still bi?” – (sings) Whaaaaaaaaat? – Being a bisexual woman in a heterosexual relationship kind of makes me not gay enough. – Like if someone tells you who they are believe them. – Yeah. – Right?

As a bisexual woman, how do you use the word “gay” and how does it feel comfortable to use the word “gay”? – I think I’m fully comfortable using it to describe myself and be like “oh, I’m a little gay”. (laughs) – What are we talking, okay. All right, so we’ve been chatting and now it’s time to play a little game I like to call “truth or gay”, which means I ask you a question and you tell me the truth or I make you do something gay. Truth or gay? – Truth. – If you had to be nice to me for 30 minutes, what would you do? – I would spend 30 minutes going to the store and buy you a pizza or something, and then I’d bring it back, and my 30 minutes would be over. – That’s so nice!

Truth or gay? – Gay. – The gay thing is just doing something to a gay person. Yeah, give me a little makeover. That’s the gay thing you gotta do. Great, love it, yes.

Truth or gay? – Truth. – Truth. Would you rather hang out with me all day or hang out with Nikki all day? – I change my answer, gay. – Okay. (laughs) – You have to hang out with me and Nikki all day. – I quit! I’m outta here! – This episode is over and honestly, I don’t know if we really learned anything here. – I don’t think we did. – Yeah. – But it’s time to come out! – It’s time to come out of the closet! – Bye. – Bye. [Jen] Body roll.

Relationships

– Hello, welcome to In The Closet. (laughs) A show where I try to get as close to my friend’s boobs as possible! (happy music) Hi everybody. My name is Jen. Welcome to In the Closet, a show where we talk about things that matter to you! We bring people into this closet, they leave not much different than before. Today, my first guest is Jordan.

A lovely, young woman who is also my friend despite what she might tell you. Welcome our first topic. – Yay! – Okay. – Is this where I sit? – Yeah. Big ladies, big dreams. – Big ol’ ladies.

Okay Jordan, what is the topic of today? – Uh, being bi. I identify as a bisexual and/or queer person. My preferred pronouns are “she” and “her”. – I am a les-boon and my preferred pronouns are also “she” and “her”. – I would define bisexuality as being attracted to both your gender and other genders. – I guess it would be hard to define for everybody when you’re just one person. – We’re often seen as “not gay enough” for the LGBT community and also “not straight enough” for the straight community. – How did you know that you were bi? – In high school, my friend was like, “I think I like you” and then I was like, “oh, that’s interesting.

I think I might like you too”, and then we dated. – Was it a woman? – Yeah, my friend was a woman, or a young girl at the time. – I guess, yeah. – Then I dated some guys and then I dated some girls, and I was just kind of like “hey this is pretty cool” “I’ll just keep doing this thing”. How did you know that you were a lesbian? – I was in a car with my mom and I was thinking to myself, “what if I was gay?” and then all of a sudden as soon as I had that thought, – Yeah. – There was a cold chill. And then that was like “whaaaat?” (laughs) You have a boyfriend right now. – I currently have a boyfriend, yes. A lot of people just assume I’m straight. “Well if you marry a guy, are you still bi?” – (sings) Whaaaaaaaaat? – Being a bisexual woman in a heterosexual relationship kind of makes me not gay enough. – Like if someone tells you who they are believe them. – Yeah. – Right?

As a bisexual woman, how do you use the word “gay” and how does it feel comfortable to use the word “gay”? – I think I’m fully comfortable using it to describe myself and be like “oh, I’m a little gay”. (laughs) – What are we talking, okay. All right, so we’ve been chatting and now it’s time to play a little game I like to call “truth or gay”, which means I ask you a question and you tell me the truth or I make you do something gay. Truth or gay? – Truth. – If you had to be nice to me for 30 minutes, what would you do? – I would spend 30 minutes going to the store and buy you a pizza or something, and then I’d bring it back, and my 30 minutes would be over. – That’s so nice!

Truth or gay? – Gay. – The gay thing is just doing something to a gay person. Yeah, give me a little makeover. That’s the gay thing you gotta do. Great, love it, yes.

Truth or gay? – Truth. – Truth. Would you rather hang out with me all day or hang out with Nikki all day? – I change my answer, gay. – Okay. (laughs) – You have to hang out with me and Nikki all day. – I quit! I’m outta here! – This episode is over and honestly, I don’t know if we really learned anything here. – I don’t think we did. – Yeah. – But it’s time to come out! – It’s time to come out of the closet! – Bye. – Bye. [Jen] Body roll.

We’re here, we’re queer! – [Jordan] There’s nowhere to go!

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