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Questioning your sexuality: fantasy vs. reality
My Bisexual Box My Bisexual Life
I mean. The push for bi and pan people to each see the other group as transphobic goes all the way back to when pan became common, in the 90s. But it really seems to have gotten turbo-charged lately. The trans community is about half MGA. And one of their stated reasons was that if they included bi people, the bi folks were going to push to also include trans people. I really wish our history was more centered even a little bit visible in the larger community.
See, that’s what the app is perfect for.
We may be living in an era of wider sexual acceptance, but there is still a lot of stigma surrounding bisexuality. Biphobia — an aversion to bisexual people — is mostly born of misinformation and fuelled by myths and biases perpetuated by people unfamiliar with bisexuality. As a result, many bisexuals choose to remain in the closet. Some people deny bisexuality is a genuine sexual orientation, seeing it as just a phase; in their eyes, bi people are indecisive and are therefore using bisexuality as an excuse to explore their sexuality. Some detractors say bi women are not truly bi, as their ulterior motive is to get the attention of heterosexual men; some even go as far as to accuse bi people of flaunting their bisexual status to appear trendy. Because of the stigma attached to bisexuality, bi people may feel misunderstood, judged, or sidelined, and can often be overwhelmed by fear, says Nathalie Sommer, a certified relationship and intimacy coach.
June And yeah, I like c ck. I love c ck. But I also feel that I have an attraction to women. I find it really self-hating that the gay community, which has been so bullied, are especially the ones who might be chiding people about their bisexuality. I think, let everyone be who they are. It seems particularly galling that that would be coming from a fellow LGBT person. Alan Cumming: I have a voice.