Jessie j dating girls and boys

I stay quiet a lot about bullshit stories the media make up.But I won't allow them to try and de value the hard work of an incredible artist. Or dismiss their dreams and talent to be defined by something that in fact has nothing to do with them anyway. The 26-year-old then said she was not interested in being a role model, but that she loves her fans. The 'J’ stands for different things on different days: 'Jessie Jazz-hands is one of my favourites,’ she says with a shimmy.(Go watch it, if you haven't seen it 😁) He has performed on various TV shows in the USA and around the world including Ellen and The View.Luke is twice Grammy nominated, he has had a top 5 USA solo album self titled 'Luke James' that was released before we even met.When you google @wolfjames scroll past all the bullshit and get to this 👈🏼 See the date: 2004 – 2010 Luke James Boyd- Singer /Songwriter /performer.

When we meet she is a week into a tour of Britain and Ireland that has taken in seven cities in as many days.

“Whoopie doo guys, yes, I’ve dated girls and I’ve dated boys–get over it.”Since then the British personality has spoken about her bisexuality with several other outlets, expressing the sentiment that it was no big deal and that the people in her life have known about it and accepted her relationships with women for years. The other facet of this is that many will not see her as “truly” bisexual, and anytime someone’s sexual identity is being decided by other people, it can become a dangerous situation, one that can lead to ignorance and violence, including things like corrective rape of lesbians and other related hate crimes.

Which is why it came a surprise to fans yesterday when Jessie J tweeted in a very roundabout way that she was no longer identifying as bisexual; that it was simply a phase and she wished people would understand. Jessie J must have felt like she was being somehow dishonest or her sexuality was misconstrued, despite many of the statements on her bisexuality having come from her directly in the past few years.

Discovering yourself and working out what you liked and disliked…. In short, you can become an ex-bisexual just like you can become an ex-gay once you get the experimenting out of your system.

Yet I’ve noticed some people hold onto mine because they were blogged and put into the media. Passing comments made into facts that can never change. We all are on a journey and I refuse to feel boxed and judged because of how I felt once! When a public figure like Jessie J says she is no longer bisexual because it was a “phase,” she is telling the world that romantic or sexual feelings for the same sex can pass on, that they were somehow less real or sincere than those felt for the opposite sex.

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