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In being myself, I have made the most genuine friends, made the greatest memories, and found myself in the process,” Rabon wrote.Brad and Justin say they are overwhelmed by the positive feedback.I'm so glad you messaged me first on Facebook senior year of high school 😉 💙 Fitz and I Love you A post shared by Justin Rabon (@jayyrayy_) on Justin Rabon and Brad Neumann were heavily recruited Wisconsin high school track stars.In the fall of 2013, Justin enrolled at UW-Madison, Brad at the U of M. Brad was the one friend I could count on,” Justin said.Liking both men and women doesn’t make her attracted to every single person that strolls past.Seriously, there isn’t anything special about her past relationships, so don’t push the topic. We exist, and we aren’t suddenly going to grow out of our bisexuality.
Brad, who is from a very small northern Wisconsin town said, “I know there are probably kids in these small conservative towns where it’s not OK to be gay, so I wanted them to know that once you come out, life does get better.” “The best decision I think I’ve made was transferring schools and truly deciding to stay true to my character as a person while being here.Do you ask all your SOs if they want to have a threesome? She might not have always known that she was bisexual. I mean, one of the unspoken rules of being in a monogamous relationship is to not flirt with other people, right? Be prepared to delve into the eclectic and exciting city that is Minneapolis.Stop trying to delegitimize her sexual orientation. Every bisexual person gets asked this at least once in their life.It’s like making someone choose between tacos and pizza.