Coming out in inverted commas because I'm unsure as to how I feel about the term. No one should feel obligated to declare their sexuality - it is a very personal thing. However, we live in a world where people are assumed heterosexual until they assert otherwise, and as such coming out is often a practical thing you have to do. How can we expect to obtain our rights, without first asserting that we exist?

About


About Me


  • Gender: Male
  • Sexuality: Bisexual
  • Nationality/Ethnicity: Bangladeshi
  • Religion: Islam
  • Age: 23
  • Location: England
  • Occupation: Engineer


The Blog


  • My personal experiences with my sexuality as a Bangladeshi  Muslim
  • My opinions on various LGBT issues
  • I may edit all of my posts now and again, not for content, but hopefully to improve my writing.



4 comments:

  1. Hi there! I run a website called The Re|view (http://the-re-view.org) and would love to re-publish some of your articles if you would be interested, including links about to your site. We only launched recently, but our readership is growing fairly quickly and I would really like people to be able to read your perspective. I like the series of articles about coming to terms with your bisexuality, but I'll happily accept any article you choose.
    If you are interseted or have any questions just drop me a line - editor@the-re-view.org

    Cecilia x

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  2. There should be a reply winging its way to your account right now :)

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  3. Your blog has inspired me to join you in your efforts. Will start working on my blog right away. And of course, following you. Way to go bro. Best Wishes.

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    1. Yes! We really need a bigger presence and visibility, even if just online. Looking forward to what you will be writing - I'm sure your experiences will have been different from mine and the more variety out there the better. If you link it to me eventually I'll share it out with others!

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