I don't like the 'bisexual' label, when I first came out it was really the only descriptor I knew for who I was. Queer had way to many negative associations back then in the UK (not sure if it was different here?) I now find that Bisexual is not really enough of who I am, I really don't care about gender, I care about the person you are, that is what I am attracted too.
I now identify as queer as it better suits me. I wish OKC had that option, I am not a fan of the pigeon holes.
I came to Canada in 2008 from the UK, you don't understand Canada until you live here. I'm loving having the stereotypes and illusions shattered.
I'm a keen dancer, especially Balboa and Lindy Hop. I enjoy teaching both dance styles for fun, I really like seeing people 'get it' when they're learning. I've been told I'm one of the most fun people to dance with on the dance floor and I take it as the highest compliment.
I'm learning that I want to surround myself with real people. My social conscience has become more developed recently and I have stopped apologizing for it. I believe that ALL human beings have the right to be treated like human beings and that there are people in our community that need all of our support so that can happen.