The Sexual Freedom Project: Bisexuality

Tiye

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Tiye Massey studied cinematography at The New School but developed a passion for nutrition after discovering she suffered from food allergies. Tiye is now a Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP), a Wellness Concierge with Organic Avenue, and a contributing writer for xoVain.com.
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For some people, bisexuality is their sexual orientation, and it’s here to stay. For some other people, coming out as bisexual is a first step to admitting that they’re gay — to friends and family, perhaps even to themselves. The men in these two videos have a lot to say about bisexuality. (Note: Some video not appropriate for certain environments.)

Tiye

Tiye

Tiye Massey studied cinematography at The New School but developed a passion for nutrition after discovering she suffered from food allergies. Tiye is now a Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP), a Wellness Concierge with Organic Avenue, and a contributing writer for xoVain.com.
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Did these videos make you change your opinions about bisexuality, or even reconsider them?

What’s your reaction upon learning someone is bisexual? Do you automatically think they are just confused, just as straight people think of gay people?Is it ever our place to try to influence someone else’s sexual orientation. Some believe bisexuals suffer discrimination from all sides, from both gay and straight people, so what do you think?

Let us know share your voice. Make a video, write a poem, song, or an essay — or even create an original work of art — and express your thoughts on these topics. If we feature your contribution on the site, we will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt to thank you.


Tiye

Tiye

Tiye Massey studied cinematography at The New School but developed a passion for nutrition after discovering she suffered from food allergies. Tiye is now a Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP), a Wellness Concierge with Organic Avenue, and a contributing writer for xoVain.com.
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