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There are so many ways to identify yourself– or not identify if that’s how you feel. On today’s show, Emily is joined by actor and host of The Love Bomb podcast Nico Tortorella and the two are talking all about sexual fluidity!

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guilt free gifI have always struggled with guilt. Maybe it’s because I break too many rules. Maybe it’s because I was raised Catholic. Maybe it’s because I’m afraid self gratification marks me a narcissist. I don’t know exactly how I arrived to such a steady relationship with the feelings of guilt, shame and regret, but they are as constant in my life as blinking and breathing. And when it comes to sex, the guilt has always weighed a little more. Not only did I put it on myself, I felt that my friends, my partners, and society at large shamed me for my sexual appetite, orientation, and experience. I always wanted too much from too many people, and for some odd reason, was undeserving of the pleasure I unconditionally derived from sex. Sexual guilt is a buzzkill, and I’ve made it my mission to overcome this behemoth in the name of sexual confidence and self-love.

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238d8b3c992f2b066532a21ef27a0430Hey Emily!

I’m a 20-year-old girl from England. As far as I know, I’m completely straight and in love with my long-term boyfriend. (OK, there was one time that I hooked up with a girl, but I decided it’s just not for me.)
Here’s the thing: When I masturbate (and even sometimes when my boyfriend is going down on me), I think about girls having sex with girls. Mainly, I imagine situations where a girl is having lesbian sex for the first time. Am I normal?! Am I even straight? There are absolutely no issues with my boyfriend and I really don’t think I’m gay. Am I maybe bisexual? Am I alone?

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Bi-Curious Britney in Britain

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b0e96454e2def8b0cf802394696d12b6June– Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride month– has begun, bringing with it the start of most of this year’s Pride parades. These are extravagant celebrations held in cities all over the United States to celebrate the true beginnings of the LGBT Rights Movement. People of every sexual orientation gather together, rejoicing in what has been accomplished for the LGBT community, as well as showing that the fight for equality is far from over. Continue Reading

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