So, let’s say you want to ship two dudes together because ‘omg they have so much unresolved sexual tension’ or ‘did you see the way they looked at each other in that scene’ or ‘they are two dudes that i find hot that exist nominally in the same universe.’
But one or both of them has shown some interest in a female character! Canonically!
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I said, "What if they say they’re gay?" He was gay, by the way.
He said, "Oh, in that case, we just talk about whatever they came to me for." Amy Andre in “Nothing About Us Without Us” from her speech on problems of Physical Health in the Bisexual Community, at a bisexual roundtable on 23 September 2013 in Washington DC USA
“Gay” or “Lesbian” labels are definitions that rely on a gender binary, but bi youth are the ones being targeted for being transphobic.
When I ask someone why they don’t call themselves bisexual, it’s rarely because of their own internal preferences. We’re being forced to identify as something else, ostensibly because our orientation is “offensive” to our oldest allies. The trans and bi women who rioted at Stonewall and were the “Mothers” of Pride”, must scream in their graves at the notion we B and T be used against each other. Faith Cheltenham, President of BiNet USA (After Ellen - Pop Theory: On Bisexuality)
- me: i'm bisexual
- person: omg that's ok! experiment if you want! have fun!
- me: no but i don't need to experiment i already know that i'm bisexual
- person: you're young! you don't have to put a label on anything!
- me: ok but i'm really bisexual
- person: haha just touch who you wanna touch, whatever, it's chill, you don't have to be sure yet!
What’s wrong when it comes to bisexuals in activism.
It was nice to meet you last Sunday at All Souls! Most often in public talks, I’ll use the simple term “gay” to refer to the entire LGBT community—it’s short. I did use “LGBT” also—but that gets long and cumbersome to say over and over. And if I forgot to say “bisexual” at all or enough—it’s just a hazard of public speaking—sometimes you don’t cover everything you mean to.
I hope you’ll come to our PACE events and join up with us—there’s plenty of need and opportunities to make a difference here in Shreveport!
[Person that sent it]
This is why I’m probably not going to any events. I don’t want to sit anywhere just to be lumped in with people I’m not. I’m not gay, I’m bi, and I deserve the same respect! “Gay” is too commonly the “inclusive” term, and the second you say you’re not gay you must be a hetero-alley! I’m not accepting that, at all! The inclusive term is “Queer”!
The speaker only said LGBT 2 or 3 times, but said “gay and lesbian” MOST of the speech. Those words could easily be replaced with “queer” or you could say “homo and bi”. There are so many option, yet the bi-invisible ones are the most commonly picked. I see more and more proof that the only people that will fight for bi visible, rights, and respect are bis. It’s hurtful to me, but I’m up for task! I’m going to tell people how to write their speeches. I WILL WRITE MY OWN!