While I don't often use the word, the technically precise term for my orientation is bisexual. I believe bisexuality is not a choice, it is a fact. What I have 'chosen' is to be in a gay relationship.
Motherhood is the only thing in my life that I've really known for sure is something I wanted to do.
My girlfriend is much better than I am at working hard then resting, and she demands that from me, too. She insists on having time when we don't do anything. We leave the housework and watch a movie.
I'm an old English major from way back, so I do have fun tearing apart texts and trying to find the hidden secrets and the subtexts in there.
In terms of sexual orientation I don't really feel I've changed. I don't feel there was a hidden part of my sexuality that I wasn't aware of. I'd been with men all my life, and I'd never fallen in love with a woman. But when I did, it didn't seem so strange.
My private life is private. But at the same time, I have nothing to hide. So what I will say is that I am very happy.
I always sort of thought, 'I'm probably going to get breast cancer. There's a really good chance.'
I love a warm bath at the end of a day.
I don't define myself. I'm just a woman in love with another woman.
The recognition factor is so much higher when I'm a redhead, so when I'm a blonde I can pass under the radar a lot more easily.
I am heat obsessed. I crave the heat in my bedroom.
I understand that if I really need my hair to be nice, now I hire someone to do it, and I understand that putting on a pair of heels really makes a difference.
Nobody ever really thought of me as sexy, right? They thought of me as smart and quirky.
Your good friend has just taken a piece of cake out of the garbage and eaten it. You will probably need this information when you check me into the Betty Crocker Clinic.
Women's health needs to be front and center - it often isn't, but it needs to be.
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