Sometimes I really don’t want to go on anon but I really want the person to reply publicly and so I AM ANON.
thought this was a useful infographic
The last reason is really biphobic though. If you don’t want to associate yourself with the bisexual community because other define it incorrectly then YOU are biphobic and get out of my face.
I don’t know if I’d call those people biphobic, but they’re certainly contributing to anti-bisexual stigma (which is still just as nasty and gross, if not more so, but from a different “angle”, as it were.)
Well I suppose it depends on your definition of “biphobic”, but yeah.
How Did You Find That Untagged Post From 11 Months Ago a story of confusion, fear, and general unease
why do fantasy worlds always have to include real world misogyny and sexism
Because if they didn’t they would be erasing real-world problems and sweeping them under the rug.
no son, theres no monster under your bed. there is, however, one under mine so ill be taking your bed tonight. good luck out there, kiddo
Slate’s advice columnist Emily Yoffe, who writes the advice column, “Dear Prudence,” came under fire this week after she told a bisexual married woman she should stay in the closet. After Yoffe published her problematic response in which she conflated bisexuality with an erotic interest in stuffed animals, GLAAD swiftly responded in a blog post condemning the advice.