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I’m A Lesbian an I’m 22 Yrs Old.
I’ve always known I’m into Girls an Women who are older than me,☺️
Doesn’t matter if she’s lesbian or bisexual I’m single an I need someone who’ll love me and be loyal but also be respectful an patient with me because I’ve only been with two girls and haven’t had sex with any girl yet and I feel so left out an I get shy and Im not confident.
But still somehow I’m Loving an Caring and a good listener an I’m affectionate an love to hug an receive hugs 🤗 I’d love to cuddle ect.
Yet why tf do straight girls mess with a Lesbian’s feelings an Lead them on then say “Oh sorry if I lead you on but I’m just kidding an I’m not into you like that an I have a boyfriend or Husband sorry.”
Great! Your Video / channel is the first and until now only were lesbian and bisexual woman talk and listening to each other breaking down prejudice, stereotypes and misunderstandings between each other!! Please keep up and going! you are an example how people should talk to each other to overcome the opposition, disagreement... maybe even hate to the other party!! Bravo!
When I was single I really struggled with women. I feel like I look completely hetero. In the club I looked like the straight girl on a night out with all her gay buddies. Too terrified to flirt with girls other than just drunkenly kissing people on the dance floor 🤦♀️ and using apps was agonising, I’d write on my profile I’m looking to date not to do threesomes but still most women who messaged me were looking for a bi to come and be a third wheel, it’s just depressing man. And with those who matched with me genuinely, I too didn’t want to come across creepy and forceful like men so my flirting was useless 😂 there seriously needs to be coaching for bisexuals. Personally I’ve ended up dating 90% men because they’re very straight forward.
As a trans lesbian I relate to both of these experiences. On the one hand I don't want to come off like a guy when I hit on girls. But also I get the like totally get the feeling of needing to disclose my status, so they know. One i want them to know and not be able to say I "tricked" them. Also I didn't want invest into them and then have them say bye because they found out I'm trans.
I'm super picky with guys and girls. There's only one girl I've ever liked (so far) and two guys I've liked (so far). I'm hoping on netting the girl but I think she's struggling mentally on what to do.
I think some lesbians don't realize how much they are actually hurting bisexuals by making them feel as if they are liars, fakers or just tell them to "finally choose whether they like men or women". I often get the impression that they look at me as a minor person. Im neither confused nor too scared to come out as a lesbian. IMost lesbians have been through quiet something so why are they doing the same to bisexuals tf
I really thought it was just me who found it weird when people try to convince someone to like them after they’ve been turned down! I’m glad I’m not alone with the frustration. Or when I say I’m a lesbian and the guy will say it’s hot and ask to join.🤦♀️ Like, um fuck no?
I think I’m bisexual, I don’t find people attractive in general, but the times I do catch myself fantasizing or thinking romantically it’s mostly about another person if the same sex. I want to start experimenting to see if this is just me being attention seeking or actually attracted to another person of the same sex. I plan on asking one of my not so close friends to go out with me, as an experiment... but I’m not sure if I should mention it’s and experiment or not. Should I?
The weirdest thing i do as a bisexual girl when flirting with another girl, is that sometimes in the back of my head i'm thinking "am i faking it?" Wich I know it sounds really weird, but because i like men more than women, and society always assume that im faking it, i sometimes do it too. Then i think "nah i like this girl" and just continue with my life lol
This isn't about winning! Anyhow: I liked how you presented the bisexual so I could relate, I too doesn't really get the genderedness of peoples' desires. I just go with personality. That is my main priority, but I am guessing, everyone elses's as well. So, go after the nice person, I guess....
about what they said about society only accepting one or the other, i feel that this is true but only to an extent. I’m a high schooler and at least within my school there is a sense of fluidity in sexuality. While there are of course people who are strictly one or the other, many of the people i know have been in relationships with both genders. There is a sense of normalcy around it also that i hope will become something society accepts, instead of just one or the other
Damn the “don’t do it like a man” thing is so real. I’m bi and when I began taking the initiative talking to girls I didn’t know how else to do it beside mimicking how men do it... and I constantly feel like I’m giving out the wrong idea which really ruins my confidence so to this day I still don’t know how to flirt right... *help*
Lesbians are not around for non prejudicial dating opportunities for bisexuals. lesbians have to protect themselves. bisexuals have men to protect them and can always go back to a happy heterosexual lifestyle where they fit in everywhere and are accepted everywhere. I would never date a bisexual woman. Why can't they date other bisexual women and not put it on lesbians to date them when lesbians already have fewer dating options?
Haha no one forces you to date bi women. Do whatever the fuck you want. I don't understand what you're saying though... Bisexual women are attracted to women (lesbian or bi) and men (bi or hetero) so what's your point?
Anyway women, straight or bi aren't "protected" by men. I can take care of myself, thank you. And heterosexual lifestyle isn't "happy" for every straight couple. Actually a lot of them are quite unhappy.
And guess what, bi women don't owe you anything, we indeed date whoever we want. If a lesbian lady is ok to date us, what's your fucking problem?
Lol just so much ignorance packed into one comment, it's wild! News flash if you're bisexual you can't live a heterosexual life...cause you're not straight. I have no idea what you mean by protecting yourself, from what exactly? Either way I take care of myself no men involved. I can't speak for all bi's but I'd love to be with another bi girl but lesbians are fine too, I don't discriminate unlike yourself. Also since lesbians have a smaller dating pool it would make sense to date bisexuals. Not you though, please do the bisexual ladies a favor and stay far away. They deserve better.
I just found you, and I'm not sure why it has taken me so long.... new sub here. love this stuff (: Bisexuality is difficult, so I love to find other channels that really dive into it. It deserves to be acknowledged just as much as any other. Thanks girl.
I prefer women by an enormous margin, but I do occasionally find men attractive. I'm not entirely closed to dating men, but I really want to be with a woman, so a guy would REALLY have to prove himself worthy for me to forego that. I guess I would consider myself a Kinsey four to five. I don't really flirt with anyone though. I especially don't flirt with lesbians because as a trans woman, I assume they automatically find me repulsive and it's just not a can of worms I want to risk opening. That being said, I have been approached by a small number of lesbians, but the chemistry has never been there.
I'm bisexual and I'm like 70% into women but.., only romantically like I want to fall in love and be there for each other for the rest of our lives nothing sexually but with men all I want is sex and some cuddle nothing like LOVE
Just passing by, I’d never seen your videos (but now I follow both of you).. also, as a lesbian I knew right away that it was Bre hahaha aaand I like don’t have a problem with bi women, but I personally do prefer full on lesbians haha anyway, you’re both cute and funny, I’ll go along and watch more of your vids (:
I 100% agree with feeling like you have to come out all over again as a bisexual before getting too far into things with a female! I thought I was done with the coming out shit once my family knew, but little did I know 😂
She gay you have sex with women then your gay. your gay who put up with sex with a man what the hell is bi crap bullshit. Some minds are really worthless you say bi just for people to look at you damn be real 😒
I have the same problem when flirting with women, especially since I'm usually really not the upfront type, but then if I'm being subtle most girls will just mistake it for being friendly O.o struggles..
i’m a lesbian whose almost strictly into bisexuals. i have no idea why, i think lots of bisexuals are more femme then lesbians (although there are obviously femme lesbians, i am one) and personally i like femmes, so most of the people i end up dating are bi, which i’m totally cool with. being bi is not a turn off for me.
For a long time, online dating was a club for straight people. Sites like and eHarmony, whose co-founder is notoriously homophobic, had historically excluded LGBTQ communities. Even as new apps revolutionized the online dating world, queer folks were finding that these apps had little to offer in terms of inclusivity, acceptance, and creating space for people with a wide variety of genders and sexualities. Where were the Lesbian, queer, and lesbian dating apps that catered to everyone?
Up until recently, some of the nation has acted as though lesbianism didnt exist outside of porn and Ellen Degeneres, and acted as if girls only turn to dating women if they had a bad experience with a man. This, of course, is not true.
If youre reading this, its probably because youve experienced the frustration with dating sites and apps that claim to be inclusive to all sexual orientations, only to realize that some closeted quirks make it obvious that the straights are the target.
Chances are, at least one person you know has met their partner using a dating app. Male or female, regardless of what you identify as or what you like in bed, we all use them. And yet, most apps are still designed with only straight people in mind. What gives?
By its very premise, which requires the woman in a match to send the first message, Bumble assumes that its users are straight. And as a lesbian woman whos spent a fair amount of time on both Tinder and OkCupid, I can tell you that the apps arent great at weeding out men who dont belong (sorry for the immediate swipe left, Scott, Todd, and John, but I dont know how you got here).