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"Tbh," the acronym that stands for "to be honest," has taken on a different meaning since it was first adopted by teens.The Washington Post recently profiled a 13-year-old girl and focused on her social-media use.A tbh is also a way to talk to someone you normally wouldn't talk to, Sammy explains to TI.Those people are usually friends of friends, or people teens may not have necessarily met in person, but are separated by only one or two degrees of friendship.Any shade of purple, no matter if it's closer to red or blue, lies within the bisexuality definition if you so choose to identify as such. It is also okay to be attracted in different intensities to different sexes, or be attracted sexually to both, but only want to be with one romantically.
AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOUR (Photo credit should read FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images) " data-medium-file="https://heavyeditorial.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/109184872.jpg?As a result, we often confuse different aspects of sexuality.This happens a lot when it comes to questioning around bisexuality and sexual fluidity.I asked a few Instagram-savvy high-schoolers to explain to me (through text, where else? Sammy, a high-school freshman, tells Tech Insider that her friends will usually write "you're nice" or "you're funny" after tbh, and if they want to make a connection, sometimes they'll toss in a "we should talk more." A tbh is almost like an Instagram currency — you can trade a tbh for a like on one of your photos.There are myriad reasons why a teen might do this: They're bored, hoping to connect with a crush, to get a confidence boost, or simply to accrue more likes and followers.