There's a YouTube personality that I watch frequently who fascinates me. Her ideas, and thoughts revolving around many thoughts just really open my eyes. She makes me think. Her name is Ashley Mardell, and the video I just watched from her really got me thinking.
For those who do not know who Ashley is, she is a content creator on YouTube, who is highly creative. Some of her favorite topics revolve around sexuality, equality and identity. Since I started watching her videos, she's gotten me very interested in all of this, especially identity.
It was thanks to her that I even realized that I am definitely not straight. I honestly don't think anyone is 100% straight, but obviously that is a matter of opinion. I started telling people I am bicurious, though honestly, that didn't feel totally right either. Yes, the curiosities are there, but not actively. They just spark up every now and then, and I do have to admit I wouldn't be against exploring that curiosity at some point in time. That being said, I am not overly attracted to women. My main focus are men, and I rarely find myself checking out a girl. Except in the instance of when you're looking at their outfit or something, but that's totally different. You're not looking at them then, you're looking at what they are wearing. Big difference.
In her latest video, which sparked all of this, she introduced me to a new word. Heteroflexible. It applies to those who are mostly straight (or homoflexible) for those who are mostly gay, but do acknowledge that some instances could change that. Meaning, you could make exceptions for someone out there, but you are not over all attracted to that gender. Gender here is used very vaguely, but I won't get into that. I'll let Ashley explain for herself, just watch her video, which is below all this text.
Why did I decide to write this? I honestly don't know. It just interested me and I wanted to share. Check out Ashley's video, and the rest of her channel. She'll probably get you thinking too. She has a great way of sharing information in a very creative, attention grabbing way. She is one of my favorite people on YouTube for that reason.
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