The cover of this week’s issue of Vanity Fair magazine has a quote from a British andrological magazine, where the title reads “Andrologo’s Story.”

The cover is one of the more shocking covers for the magazine since its publication in 2011.

The magazine, which is published by the Royal Society of Andrology, describes Andrologia as a “sexual fluid” who “experiences multiple sexual partners at the same time.”

Andrologi’s “experience” was a major part of the article.

Androlago is an Australian born and raised woman who identifies as bisexual.

She says she was diagnosed as bisexual by her doctor in 2008 and began dating a man, who has since left her.

“It’s hard to explain.

I’m confused and in a constant state of shock.

I never had any thought about my sexuality.

I don’t understand why I was confused,” she told Vanity Fair.

Andologi’s experiences with her partner, her boyfriend, and her friends and family have been difficult.

“I felt so alone.

My sexuality was not recognised,” she said.

And there have been times when she felt suicidal.

“When I was on my medication and it became clear that I was going to end my life I was in denial about what was going on,” she wrote in a blog post for the site.

And that’s where Androloglos experience with the sexual health community came in.

And the magazine has an online community for bisexuals called the Bisexual Alliance.

The article that the magazine uses to illustrate the cover is an excerpt from a section on bisexuality, where Androssogia writes about the experience of being confused about her sexuality.

“One of the best things about being bisexual is that you can never really say or do anything about your sexuality.

It’s just there,” Androligo writes.

“For me, being a bisexual, it felt like an identity that I never really had before.

The confusion has become a huge part of my life.”

Androssoglos story has made headlines in Australia, with the government of Victoria, which oversees the health of people with andrology, introducing the bisexuality Bill, which would make it illegal for people to have a sexual relationship with someone who identifies with the gender they were assigned at birth.

But the legislation is still being debated.

“While we are aware of some concerns around the bill, we believe it is the right approach to address this important issue,” a spokeswoman for the Victoria government told ABC News.

Androssoogia says the bill is “not the only piece of legislation that is needed.”

The government says the law will prevent sexual assaults, but there are concerns that it will be used to target people who are LGBTQIA, as well as transgendered people, and bisexuals.

And she also worries that people will fear being labelled as bisexual and they may not seek treatment if they do.

“Bisexuality is not an illness or a pathology,” Androssioglos said.

“But there is a stigma attached to it and a lack of understanding around it.

The people who have a lot of questions about their sexual orientation will not have a place in society.”

Androsioglas personal story has been documented in the UK, where a group of bisexual men have formed the BIRDS Project.

“They’re doing a campaign called ‘Why is it that bisexuals don’t get to come out?’,” Andro said.

It is not the first time a British magazine has used a bisexual theme in its cover.

In 2016, a British-based magazine called Glamour published a cover story in which Androlagoes life was described as “in her own words.”

“But I’ve always been bisexual,” Andronogia told Vanity Faire.

“And that was what made me bisexual.

I knew it was wrong.

I had to come to terms with that.”

The issue of Glamor, which was published in 2018, included a quote by Androligos about “the best parts of being bisexual” and that “being bisexual has its own rules.”

“Being bisexual is not a pathology or a disease, but it’s an identity,” Andos says in the Glamo cover story.

“Being gay or bi is about being attracted to the same sex or gender.

It does not define you, but people are very sensitive about that.”

Andro, who was diagnosed with a form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma when he was a teenager, said he has also felt excluded from the LGBT community.

“LGBT people do not like being associated with a ‘bisexual’ who is out, or a ‘gay’ who isn’t bisexual, or even ‘queer.’

They are afraid to be perceived as ‘out,’ ” he told VanityFair.

Androsio says that his experience of bisexuality is