|intro to Kristin
||[Sep. 6th, 2006|01:22 pm]
I'm still watching bi_girls with the vague hope that the dumbasses will go away, but in the mean time, I thought I would introduce myself here. |
Maybe it's because I live in a city with a church on every corner and don't cruise myspace, but I've never really seen being bi as a trend. I've heard of people saying it's a trend, but never witnessed it. Here, it's more likely to be a cause for getting beat up, or, in my case, your tires flattened. I know (irl) seven different bi people. Two are sluts, but they're also rapists (they're guys, the victims were girls), so it's pretty clear they'd be bad people no matter what orientation they were. In the others, I can't see even the slightest hint of The Stereotype. Well, if you want to play with the trolls' ideas, one of the rapists is getting fat, but that's just because he never leaves his house anymore.
But about me:
My name is Kristin, and I'm a total geek, and a nerd as well. I love World of Warcraft (For the Horde!), and I'm starting to get into D&D. I'm a college freshman, starting September 28th. I'm extremely unlucky, seeing how I constantly get injured. I had throat surgery last year. The surgeon accidently damaged the nerves going to my vocal cords. The nerves kinda repaired themselves, but repaired themselves wrong. The end result is that I can't talk very loudly or for very long, I occasionally start choking in fancy restaraunts and public dinners, and I can't exercise at all because I can only get about 30-40% of the air most people can when they breathe. Not exactly on topic with the community, but lately it's a very important part of what makes me me, so it fits, I guess. Expect a lame wish-me-luck post about a month from now, when I have to go into surgery again.
I'm biamorous as well as bisexual, please, please don't flame me. No matter how much I love my boyfriend (we've been dating for almost two years, and we both can see us getting married), whenever I start to think about girls, or see two girls holding hands, or read lesbian erotica, I feel completely alone. It's more like having a lesbian and a heterosexual girl in my head than that "gender doesn't matter" type of mindset. If I'm in one relationship, half of me always feels alone and lonely. It's horrible. I wish I could be one of those high-minded monogamous people, but I don't want to be miserable all my life. Wow. I'm really being a downer today, aren't I? I really loved bi_girls, and I'm upset about having to leave it, but I'll try from now on to look on the bright side, or at the very least not to depress anyone.
Okay, and now for the fun part. ( PicturesCollapse )