LET’S TALK LESBIAN 9TH EPISODE BISEXUAL

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE GET TOGETHRE FOR DINNER LOL. THANK YALL SO MUCH FOR THE SUPPORT!!!

25 comments to LET’S TALK LESBIAN 9TH EPISODE BISEXUAL

  • Janai Jackson  says:

    Bisexuality is real. It’s not really a ‘flip flop’ thing. I’m Bi myself,
    and I would be 100 percent loyal to who ever it is that I’m with. When I
    love someone, I love them for them, not because of what they define
    themselves as. 

  • Mildreanna Coleman  says:

    Mann how can i keep in touch like yall aint gone give out yall twitter
    names instagram or some lol any way i love yall because yall keep it 100

  • D Jarae  says:

    I fuckin love Street man she speak the realist of shit

  • Dee Rosebur  says:

    I don’t feel like I own the world an explanation.. But I do feel obligated
    to tell yu im bi if we fuckin.. 

  • D Jarae  says:

    I love this show but I don’t agree with their stance on bisexual studs.
    Clothes don’t define someone. A girl can dress like a “nigga” but still
    like niggas. Like your attire doesn’t define who you are attracted to

  • Tamera Reynolds  says:

    This is tru to the T!

  • JLevyXOXOX  says:

    I’m go head and say my piece okay because I got something to say I’m
    bisexual for 3 years and I love been me and I don’t understand why bisexual
    get talk down the most but you got some down ass ride or die bisexual who
    down for who they want to be down with …while you got some of these studs
    who still be getting it in with a dude on the down low … And how can you
    be A COMMUNITY AND ALL THEY DO IS JUDGE EACH OTHER WHILE WE ALREADY GET
    JUDGE BY OTHER PPL WHO AINT GAY OR A LESBIAN OR BISEXUAL OR TRANSGENDER ???
    I’m just say 

  • Miracle Wise  says:

    Love watching these shows

  • tiathompson91  says:

    I think I agree ppl look at their best friend like that if their the same
    sex but don’t know if they like men or women because they never been with a
    man or woman and if u are two friends who always hanging out u are going to
    feel That way or at least be curious 

  • D'Ondra Donaldson  says:

    I admire Poet. She’s so bluntly honest and it’s refreshing to listen to her
    views on these topics.

  • thedumbaccountxxx  says:

    Love Poet, that’s a wise woman.

  • heypeople123  says:

    a lot of ppl in this community put down bisexuals, but they be willing to
    date straight people who are attracted to the OPPOSITE sex? smh

  • heypeople123  says:

    balls….lol

  • GoldenPK1  says:

    yoooo respect yo much respect! im just a woman that likes women. & that
    balls things LMAOO!!!

  • BLESSED2586  says:

    Man Street speaking the TRUTH… LOVE YOU… and of course the CAST as
    well!!!

  • Britt Butler  says:

    did she say every stud has had sex wit a dude?

  • Patience kemp  says:

    exactly! The community shouldn’t be judgmental at all

  • TheAnchella  says:

    I learned, that if you are bisexual there is a high possibility that your
    preferences change from time to time – what I mean in a phase of your life
    you could be more attracted to women and vice versa. Swing both ways (as
    heard in some cheesy movie) had been explanatory for me ;)

  • snowandcinnamon  says:

    Hairy balls. I’m not in love with them. Wax that shit! I’m serious. I just
    hope -hypothetical dude- he isn’t gay because he waxes his balls. I really
    don’t like stinky, hairy balls. Far as women go a trim is all we
    need;enough so you can put on bikini bottoms without looking like you have
    “Poison Pits” trying to escape your draws. Damn I’m hungry.

  • BeaSiegal  says:

    In intimate relationships you can dismiss a group based on whatever
    preferences/qualifiers you personally see fit. Using that to charge members
    of the LGBT of discrimination is intrusive because its meant to shame
    individuals into being inclusive to people they don’t have to be in a very
    intimate part in their lives. Choosing mates/dates on our own criteria
    isn’t a privilege, its a fundamental part of sustaining our quality of
    life. And no you can’t compare bio-gender to sexual orient.

  • Natasha Rachel  says:

    but why a stud gotta change her strap if a man don’t gotta change his dick?
    he wash his dick, we wash the strap.

  • BeaSiegal  says:

    I understand your perspective but again this is a very intimate part of
    their lives and theirs to share with limitations/boundaries. I don’t agree
    with painting Bisexuals as sex crazed freaks though. You said “I feel it
    should be about…..” in reference to romance. That is a bit intrusive.

  • BeaSiegal  says:

    “but for a society who claims that everyone is welcome and equal,” Sure
    everyone is welcome, just not in everyone’s beds-frankly speaking of
    course. Big difference between having your experienced validated in the
    LGBT and access to romance. That is my point. The LGBT commitment to being
    inclusive and diverse has no jurisdiction in our romantic lives, just
    political, social, and economic advocacy for the group(s) it represents.

  • Amina Croasdale  says:

    I just love Street, so correct and so powerful x

  • lexe kemp  says:

    well im a gold star lesbian so there are still some of us out thete! not
    saying we’re bettr just saying cause i hate when ppl say lesbians be lying
    about being virgins! but good episode street & the crew on it!! we (lgbtqi)
    as a whole really do need to stop being so judgemental & stick togethr
    more!!

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