Today, we’re talking about bisexuality! Myths, misconceptions, problems, alll that jazz! Let’s destigmatize together woop.
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If you see someone eating steak and the next time you see them they’re eating an apple, you wouldn’t say, “Oh, so you’re vegan now.”
Well, the same thing applies to bisexual people.
what im saying is that bisexuals, pansexual, and asexuals should all join together so we can be in the fictitious trifecta. enough people will say we’re not real and we’ll all converge together in a massive, fierce mass only spoken of in myth. dont come near us or you too will cease to exist
can we include aromantics?
triforce of fabulousness
There we go, a shield to protect against the negativity
This blog supports bisexual women having relationships with men if that’s what makes them happy, and this blog defends their right to not be called hetero for these life choices.
*knocks on your door*
Hello. I’ve heard you’ve been invalidating a male character’s past straight relationships in order to make your slash ship sail.
Could I interest you on the subject of bisexuality.
It’s free! It’s friendly! It’s perfectly workable with canon! It stops misogynistic fic tropes in order to slash ship in it’s tracks.
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found this at pride today.
DUN DUN DUN
I used to be married to a woman. Before that I had had a relationship with a man. I then had another relationship with a woman, and I since then have had relationships with men. I still would define myself as bisexual partly because that’s how I feel but also because I think it’s important to — I think sexuality in this country especially is seen as a very black and white thing, and I think we should encourage the gray. You know?
I don’t go around in my life thinking, “Oh, my God, I’m going to have to have sex with a woman soon because I said I was bisexual!” … It’s like saying you’re straight or you’re gay — it’s just what you are, and whatever you’re doing in your life it runs obviously parallel, but it’s kind of secondary to how you are inside. That’s how I’ve always felt, and I still do, even though I’m very happily married to a really amazing man and wish to be so for the rest of my life."
Alan Cumming from an interview on NPR’s Fresh Air
This quote is a great reminder of how easy it is to erase people who are bisexual or pansexual and in long term relationships. Two of the most lovely bisexual ladies I know both experience this: one is bisexual, married to a woman, and has kids—most assume she’s lesbian because she hasn’t dated men since college, but she’s confident in her bisexuality. The other just got married not long ago to a man and is a proud bisexual advocate—but finds explaining that her husband hasn’t ‘turned her straight’ really, really annoying (he finds it just as annoying).
I have the biggest crush on Alan Cumming and I am not ashamed, I mean look at his last name he must be gr8 at sex
i love how the bi community saw steve rogers and went “he’s ours. ours. the heterosexuals can’t have him.”