She has too much pink going on. I'm on the fence . . . is she a true bisexual, or does she kiss girls after two margaritas?
she is a hottie
I've met her in person. She's a full figured lady, in all the right places. A real woman.
If I had a "type," I think she might be it.
She looks like a former soccer player whose put on some weight.
She's a great gal and ran a smart campaign. I was not aware she identified as bi or anything gay. Nice! She would have won by a landslide in her district if that was known!
Yes I would.
What's her district like?
She's really cute.
Yes indeed, and I'm not into blondes either. But I have the same question as above. Elsewhere she's identified as gay. Is she really bi, or was " first openly gay member of congress" taken?
[quote]What's her district like?
Brand new. Arizona gained a seat in the census, and they carved the new district out of Maricopa County. According to registrations, it leans a little R, which makes her victory that much more impressive.
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She probably says she's bisexual because she watches too much porn and she knows it will get her attention--from men-- which is what she's really looking for. Guarantee she has never had a gf.
Great going everyone. Lets attack an ally for being fat and not "queer" enough.
What's her pussy depth?
When she is sworn in early next year, Sinema will be the first openly-bisexual Member of Congress and join the largest-ever class of openly lesbian, gay and bisexual lawmakers on Capitol Hill, including the first openly-gay Senator, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin.
In the 113th Congress, Sinema will join incumbent Congressmen David Cicilline (D-RI) and Jared Polis (D-CO), as well as newcomers Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), Mark Pocan (D-WI) and Mark Takano (D-CA), who will be the first openly-gay person of color in Congress.
The 113th Congress will have a total of seven openly lesbian, gay and bisexual Members, an increase from only four in the last Congress.
Kyrsten Sinema served in both the Arizona House and Senate, where she was a standout leader on issues of LGBT equality, including in fighting against efforts to amend the Arizona Constitution to ban marriage for gay and lesbian couples. She has also served as a member of HRC's Arizona Steering Committee.