thizbeeStaff Writer

Thizbee Sez Bio Here’s a laundry list of labels to describe who I am…

  • Polyamorous
  • Predominately Dominant
  • Pansexual
  • Genderfluid
  • Mom
  • Writer
  • Music lover
  • Opinionated
  • Libra
  • Dragon
  • Death
  • Indigo Child

But that doesn’t really tell you anything about me.  I could say I love pizza and bowling, but that’s not really all that I am.  I am in the process of self discovery that’s taking all of my life.  The more I know, the more I realize there is yet more unknown. Please read more about my experience with TBI (traumatic brain injury): I love many people, in many styles of relationships. But please know, I am the one who chooses who is in my life and how. My first Poly was around age 6.  When asked who was my best friend, I mentioned 4 people and when I was told I could only pick one, I thought that was the dumbest things I had ever heard. I describe myself as Predominately Dominant because, although I have lived my kinky life as a sub and a switch, and though I still dig pain… I am not gonna kiss anyone’s ass to get it.  Around age 8 there was a very pretty little girl in my class whom I would “bop” on the head.  When a teacher asked me why I was being mean to her, my reply was, “Cus she likes it.” And that’s all kink really is right?  Yes it’s a little crazy compared to the vanilla world, but if we are truly honest with ourselves, the answer to why we do it is the same, “Cus she likes it!” Although I use the term “Pansexual” for familiarity I have an affinity towards the definition of “omnisexual” (expressing or involving sexuality in many different forms, with a variety of sexual outlets.) Since the brain damage my self identity has changed drastically.  One of the biggest changes is how I experience gender.  I have found the term “Gender Fluid” is akin to that identy.  Although I have girl parts, I don’t always identify emotionally as a “woman;” it’s more of this “all genders/some genders/one gender/no gender” mish-mash. My personal Goals: To celebrate and support polyamorous individuals, groups, and their families by sharing what I know to aid them in having healthy polyamorous relationships.  And to provide education to Poly and non-polyamorous people, alike, and promote and support the rights for polyamorous people. My Hopes for the future:

  • To live in a world in which polyamorous relationships are accepted as valid and protected from discrimination.
  • That no one is ever made to feel that their loving relationship is “wrong”
  • All alternative relationships are respected and celebrated.

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