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But we don’t ask straight people about the last time they had sex and then suggest that they aren’t actually heterosexual if it’s been a while.

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But we don’t ask straight people about the last time they had sex and then suggest that they aren’t actually heterosexual if it’s been a whi...
When a woman identifies as bisexual she is thought to be going through an experimental phase and her involvement with other women is for attention. It is believed that she is actually straight and will end up with a man.When a man identifies as bisexual he is thought to be in denial and still have o...
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The idea that bisexuals are automatically “straight passing” and have more privilege than gay people is rooted on a ton of assumptions:the assumption that all bi women are “femmes” and there are no “bi butches” or androgynous-presenting bi ladiesthe assumption that all bi men are manly or anyway not...
The statement that all people are “a bit bisexual” is harmful. And why? Because fluidity of sexuality and bisexuality are two separate conce...
I’ve seen some messages/posts recently about coming out and sometimes I forget what it was like to be a baby bi since I’ve been out for three years, so here are some reassurances for people who need them <3 The only requirement for being bi is identifying as bi. That’s it. You d...
IF YOU DON’T GET THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PANSEXUALS AND BISEXUALS THEN you’re pretty normal i mean lots of people use the definitions and words interchangeably so your confusion is valid and not at all bigoted as some might say
This pressure on bi women that, as soon as they come out to someone, they must provide a detailed dating history with the exact same number of women and men or otherwise they’re “not really bi” and “picked a side” must stop immediately. 
In some ways, the term “pansexual” came out of biphobia and a need to stipulate that one was not transphobic. If you take the binary view of...
"I have nothing against bisexuals, but…" "I’m not biphobic, but…" "I’m not bi, but I think bisexuals should…" "In order to be accepted, bi people need to…"
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if you look into a mirror in the dark and whisper “bisexuality isn’t inherently binary” a pansexual will immediately appear out of thin air and say “bi means two in latin”
oh you’re straight? so you’re kind of, like, half-bi?