Hello. I am a bi-curious female. I am not even sure i will ever have the courage ( yes courage!)to get to know what it is like to be with a woman, but i would love to be able to talk with persons who have a similar curiosity as i do. I would prefer to reach out online as i wouldnt want to be “known” unless i have some level of comfort. Do you know any like minded persons? Has anyone else ever reached out with a query similar to mine? Help!!!!
First I want to apologize or posting this without your consent, but the contact information you provided was invalid. I’m hoping you will revisit the blog to see my response. Before you do anything, I suggest you decide if this is the lifestyle for you and if you are ready to accept the conditions that come along with it(especially if you are residing in Jamaica). Meaning, not everyone is going to agree with or understand your lifestyle, but you will have to be confident in knowing who you are in order to withstand the backlash. The last thing you want to do is open that door and not know which direction to go. Now, if and when you decide that you want to act on your desires, my advise is first find someone that you can confide in; having that line of support is critical. I would not have made it this far without it. There will be times when you WILL need someone to talk to, and not having that outlet will overwhelm you. The next thing is you have to be honest with people. Since you mentioned that you wanted to explore online. Don’t start out by lying and being deceitful. There are people out there who will understand that you are not where you want to be on your journey and will work with you; but the key is to be completely honest. All of what I am saying is form my personal experience. I have been there! Knowing I was attracted to girls and afraid to do anything about it. I also didn’t have the courage to be open with who I was. When I decided to explore my feelings, I was not honest with the women I brought in the situation, and that cost me a really good friend. Thankfully, I found my line of support. Someone I could open up to. She opened my eyes to a lot of things. But the most important thing she told me was that “At the end of the day, it is your happiness.” It took a while for me to really understand what that meant, but I hope you will as well. If you need further advise, please don’t hesitate to reach out again.
Good Luck on your journey–GJ