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Fuck Yeah Bisexuality is Awesome

Anonymous said: You know how its LGBT? or LGBTQ? Wheres the P for pansexuals?

They get bunched in with bisexuals, along with omnisexuals and any other person with multiple gender attractions.

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paigecorrina said: I had this big long post in your ask on the Against LGBTQ Hate blog. It was all about my dad and his attitude toward defining sexuality and I can't be bothered to retype it. The gist of it was, whenever someone young defines themselves as gay, lesbian, or bi, or even an older person he believes hasn't had that sort of sex, he questions how they can possibly know that if they haven't had sex. It's like he believes that you can't have a sexual orientation without have sexual intercourse. But he doesn't question every person in the world about this, just LGB people. Which bothers me, because he is an otherwise very tolerant man.

I remember it, sorry for not answering it ): 

Ask him if having straight sex made him straight. 

I couldn’t read the submissions or anything without getting very agitated, and stressed so I just deleted it. Sorry.

fightpainignite said: Hi there =) I'm 18 and I am bisexual. Nobody in my family knows because each member thinks it's disgusting or wrong. This is a important part of my life now and I wish I could share it at least with my sister or my mom, but I just can't, I don't know what's gonna happen. I have 2 cousins, a boy and a girl, the boy is also bisexual and the girl is a lesbian, and she says "Those kids need orientation, the problems in their family are making them wrong" everytime I listen to everything she has to say about it makes me wanna scream or yell at her. What can I do? How can I tell her?

If you’re parents are really homophobic, then just wait until you have another place to stay or you move out and then casually tell her. I wouldn’t want you to be in a bad situation you couldn’t escape from.

Anonymous said: I've finally come to accept myself for being bisexual. its taken a long time. I've known since I was in like the 6th grade, it's been over ten years since then. But now that I've realized it and fully accepted it (i think I fully accept it) I feel alone. No one knows but me, I want to let people know but I don't know if I'm ready to take that step. I just don't want to be alone, I feel like by staying in the closet I am a disgrace to LGBT community. How will I know when the time is right? Is the time ever really right? or do I just have to suck it up and do it. I need advice. badly.

One day you’ll wanna say it, and it’ll be bursting out of you too. Take advantage of it, and just say, I’M BI 


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Anonymous said: For anon: Go to everyoneisgay(dot)com

Yes, they give advice to people of all orientations. If you give them a detailed question, chances are they will either answer it, or they have already answered a similar question (which I'm sure they have), in which case you'll have to do some searching.

^for anon or anyone else needing advice

writeoutoflove said: I hope you don't take this the wrong way, but I think if you reblog biphobia quotes from your new Tumblr, you might want to put it under a "Read More" or warning that it contains biphobia? I guess I viewed this blog as more of a positive/safe place and it through me off a little... It's your choice how you run it, though. :) I just thought it wouldn't hurt to suggest it?

I forgot because that guy pissed me off /: I’ll go back and edit it.

[trigger warning- biphobia]





Here is my little rant about so called bi sexual.

To each is own but… I honestly believe it doesn’t exist, an experiment was conducted in which a large sample of “bi sexual” people were tested,

They were shown images and videos and had live demonstrations of heterosexual and homosexual and…

A classic example of biphobia.

The study t0agerrgr was referencing, has been disputed and shown to actually support the existence of bisexuality. They also did not have live demonstrations. 

Here is an article about it:

“After analyzing the data the authors found different patterns between the gay, bisexual, and heterosexual men. The gay identified men had strong self-reported and physiological arousal to the videos to two men having sex. The heterosexual men showed the opposite pattern of arousal to the videos of two women having sex. The bisexual men also tended to show a physiological arousal that was stronger for videos with women or men. On average the bisexual men tended to be more aroused by male than female stimuli. But it is very important to point out that not all bisexual men showed this pattern. Some of the bisexually identified men showed more arousal to the female videos. In contrast to the physical measure of arousal, the bisexual men tended to show more equal self-reported arousal to both the male and female videos. The authors of the study reached the controversial conclusion that “with respect to sexual arousal and attraction, it remains to be shown that male bisexuality exists. Thus future research should also explore nonsexual reasons why some men might prefer a bisexual identity to a homosexual or heterosexual identity.’”

you may want to read that quote hey,

like it says they felt stronger arousal levels to one over the other hinting at homosexuality…. 

lol however the study that was conducted in 2005 (published in the journal of Psychological Science), tested the subjective and physiological arousal response of an array of men to erotic films featuring either two men or two women. the men tested from which valid results for genital arousal were obtained included 21 straight men, 22 bisexual men and 25 gay men.

was never dis proven and the evidence the article spoke about only lead to speculation.

This isn’t bi-phobia by any means and well if you got that word from Wikipedia I guess you may need to get a dictionary, it does not exist. Anyhow off the point, I just dislike people who call themselves bi when in fact it is simply attention seeking, the factors that determine sexuality do not allow for both a person to be legitimately attracted to both genders, any moron with working sexual organs can tell you images of sexual intercourse weather it be two men, two women, a man and women or a man, or a woman masturbating is arousing. This is because of sympathy, we can be put ourselves in that position allowing us to become aroused it does not mean we are sexually attracted to men and women.

You can’t have emotional response without physical attraction and I have yet to see any form of evidence other than attention seeking losers who are drunk prove this theory.

and at the end of the day the article that the experiment during 2005 was posted in, is a very respected and well known psychological journal, not people on tumblr talking shit they clearly know nothing about.

here is a lovely list of parafilias 

I know the irony of me linking wiki after I bashed it earlier… the difference being it’s sourced checked :)

oh I notice that bi sexuality isn’t on there… how awkward. I know you will try and tell everyone it is an orientation but believe it or not. It isn’t homosexuality is, so is heterosexuality but Bi is an anomaly like hermaphroditism a mutation if you will.

there can’t be a rule if there is an exception but I can’t see any evidence supporting bisexuality other than a bunch of retards like you defending your drunken right to get a blowjob from either a man or woman without being judged, either way to each is own.

thank you for wasting 15 minutes of my time, I have now lost brain cells from having to read your so called “argument” 

You do realize you are ARGUING with a bisexual? 

How ignorant are you?

I guess I just made up that wiki page too? 

Bisexuality is legitimate just like gay or straight. 

and at the end of the day the article that the experiment during 2005 was posted in, is a very respected and well known psychological journal, not people on tumblr talking shit they clearly know nothing about.

I linked it to Psychology Today which the psychologist who made the study said, it proved bisexuality exists.

like it says they felt stronger arousal levels to one over the other hinting at homosexuality…. 

Also not everyone who is bisexual has equal attractions to any gender.

Seriously educate yourself on bisexuality before you go telling someone their sexuality is not legit.

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Anonymous said: I really want to come. Mostly to get it out of the way. I know that's probably not the best reason, but I'm really tired of hiding it. Any advice on how to go about it? My family isn't exactly supportive of the LGBT community. I'm not sure how to go about this.

I hope you mean come out.

I’m not sure either, it all depends on your family and your relationships. You should evaluate if it’s even safe for you to come out, if you feel your family would be hostile or abusive because of it then wait. But if you think they’ll warm up to the idea, you should just go ahead and do it.

But is that a good idea? Could I get in trouble?