Thursday, April 17, 2014 Monday, April 14, 2014 Sunday, April 13, 2014
We need more bisexual girls in fiction. Happy out and proud. Sad and closeted and scared. Bi girls of color. Trans and genderqueer and two-spirit bi characters. Bi characters who don’t know they’re bi until someone tells them bisexuality is real. Bi girls pretending to be straight. Bi girls pretending to be lesbians. Immigrant bi girls who have got bigger issues to worry about than being bi. With more diversity in our bi girls in fiction, one bi girl character with internalized biphobia won’t stick out so terribly. (via raggedyanndy)

(Source: bisexual-books)

Tuesday, April 8, 2014


Why is it so hard for media to say that bisexual characters are bisexual. 

It’s always “fluid” or “confused” or whatever, like. 

Just say it. It’s one little word. “Bisexual.” You can do it, come on, I believe in you. 

Monday, April 7, 2014


See I don’t think bisexuals are like unicorns, I think we’re more like dinosaurs. Because we know they definitely existed but also there are some people who get really mad and defensive and insist that they didn’t exist and it becomes a whole big thing for them and while everyone else looks on and goes ‘you cannot be serious’ it does do actual societal harm when they spew their crap without any critical discourse around it.

And also we’re terrifying giant lizards.

Friday, April 4, 2014


can we have bisexuality headcannon day and just flood tumblr with all our bisexual head cannons and every time someone’s like “but they like girls! but they like boys!” we just yell “THEY NEVER SAID THEY WERE MONOSEXUAL!” and throw purple glitter in their face.

Monday, March 31, 2014



Reblog if you would date a bisexual person

Like if you wouldn’t because there is “too much competition”

Trying to prove a point to an asshole

Saturday, March 29, 2014 Thursday, March 27, 2014
Why is it considered a legitimate research question to ask if we exist? Because bisexuals are framed as liars, by both the straight and the lesbian/gay communities. Because it’s a way to other and exoticise us.

Because there is a long tradition of not taking any marginalized group’s experiences seriously until their lived experience was "verified" by someone in the majority.
Patrick RichardsFink, bisexual activist, researcher and blogger in comment to the Huffington Post 26 March 2014 (via fliponymous)
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Anonymous asked: i thought you were pansexual but you have a boyfriend,why would you lie about your sexuality


you said u were going to mcdonalds but you got chicken mcnuggets not a big mac why would u lie about going to mcdonalds

is essentially what you have just said to me

Sunday, March 23, 2014


every time you misidentify a bisexual person as gay/lesbian a tiny pink fairy loses its beautiful wings

and also every bisexual wants to punch you in the face.

Anonymous asked: i am just wondering how do you became a bisexual?


Clearly pineapples are apples that grow on pine trees, because if they weren’t you wouldn’t call them pineapples would you?

Wait, what’s that? “English as a language frequently uses compositional structure to make new words that don’t translate literally from their component parts” you say? “Other languages like Japanese do exactly the same thing” you say? Wow. Educational.
Archis-Kaito on defining its etymology.  (via commanderabutt)
Saturday, March 15, 2014