Please don’t police my sexuality.
That is what I want to shout at people sometimes who start to talking like bisexuality is something negative. None of the gents that I date at and Eton escorts have a problem with my bisexuality, so I don’t really understand why other people do. Despite what people say, I don’t think that we have become really tolerant towards each other. We cannot accept our various religious differences and we seem to be having a really hard time accepting our sexual differences as well. To me, it is just really hard to understand.
I have friends who are transgender and bisexual, and I don’t have a problem with that at all. Many young people seem to be much more tolerant of the diversions of life, and I think that is a good thing. But, some people of the older generations seem to be vastly intolerant. I am glad that I don’t meet many of them at Eton escorts from https://charlotteaction.org/eton-escorts, because I don’t think that I could come with that at all. That would just be too much to deal with if I am perfectly honest.
Part of the reason I work for Eton escorts is because people are very tolerant of each other. It helps a lot I think, and I cannot not think of any other job where I would fell so much at home. Yes, it is fun to date and meet nice people, but there is a lot more to it than that. Being accepted for who you are and what you stand for is just as important as having a good well paid job. When I have worked in other places, I have never really felt at home, but here I do so. I am glad that I managed to find the job as it has taken a lot of stress out of my life.
When I am not at Eton escorts, I am at home with my bisexual partner. We have a great time together, and just like a “normal” couple we enjoy out time together. To be fair, I think that people are making too many quick judgments and jumping to conclusion when it comes to sexuality and we need to stop that. I know that the government are trying to pass laws to increase sexual tolerance, but I am not sure that is the right way to go about it. People need something more than that.
I often think it is generation gap, and learning to think along other lines is going to take time. It is not going to happen overnight and sometimes I wonder if it ever will. If I came back 200 years from now, I think that we would see sexuality in a totally different light, and not worry about it so much. I am sure that things will change but it is going to take a long time for things to change, it is not something that is going to happen overnight. What we need to do to progress things I am not so sure about, but I think it is important to keep lines of communication open, and learn how to appreciate each other differences instead of throwing mud on them.