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Thank you for the demonstration kind lady.
No problem. But amirite?
No ma'am. You are not right. I am BI. Bi sexual means I experience sexual attraction to my gender and at least one other. For me personally, I like men and women.
Yes, but it does’t necessarily mean u experience the same amount of attraction to both. You could be leaning more gay or straight. My guess it more gay.
My guess is**
How does that make a person less bisexual though? Straight is purely attracted to the opposite gender. Gay is purely attracted to the same gender. I am and always have been attracted to both. Rather or not I prefer one more than the other doesn't change the fact that I still experience attraction to both.
... But u prefer dicks right? Stop ignoring the question.
No. Not really. I'm pretty even in my preferences. But that being said. That's extremely rare. Most bisexual, and by bisexual I mean any person who prefers more than one gender (Bi, pan, poly, omni, queer), people do lean more towards one gender or another, but that doesn't change the fact that they are still attracted to more than one gender.
Well, most bisexual men (which is like all men) prefer males sexually, and ultimately pick women just because they like them more “romantically”, in other words, they like to use women to procreate and create the image of a family they picture in their minds. But they’re fantasizing about dick all the time.
Lol. Listen ma'am. I don't know where you're getting all of this from. But my guess, based on literally everything I and every bisexual person I know about being bisexual, you clearly have never even attempted to understand bisexuality or how any of this actually works. So let me break this down for you, working through your post a but at a time.
"Well, most bisexual men (which is like all men) prefer males sexually," This part in and of itself has three mistakes. And it's not even a full sentence, that's incredible. So let's do this one step at a time.First off, I can tell just by the first four words "Well, most bisexual men" that you are about to make a broad and most certainly uninformed statement that has very little chance of being veritable in any way. But let's not let that stop us from working through the rest of this.Next is this hilarious tidbit "(which is like all men)" Ma'am, if indeed you are a woman, I haven't the slightest idea where you've been so horribly misinformed as to believe that even close to half of all men are bisexual. "Prefer males sexually" I feel like the previous statement also applies to this. Some bisexual men prefer men, some prefer women, some prefer neither. In any case it has no real effect on rather or not they are bisexual.
"and ultimately pick women just because they like them more “romantically”, in other words,"So, sweetheart, this isn't at all how this works. You see in the eyes of of a bisexual it isn't picking man or woman. You find someone and fall in love. You choose the person who makes you happy, not the gender. As far as the "romantically" in quotations goes, I'm assuming, based on your context and obvious predisposition to this topic, that it is intended in a facetious manner. My first question to you is, what do you find so distasteful about romantic attraction? Is it wrong for a bisexual person to develop emotional attachments?
"they like to use women to procreate and create the image of a family they picture in their minds. But they’re fantasizing about dick all the time." And there it is. Painting bisexual people, men in particular, as sexist, hedonist, unfaithful and basically incapable of any real romantic relationship. Let me ask you ma'am, did you once during this tirade stop and consider that these people, these human being, they have feelings. WE have feelings. You assume that we "use women for procreation" when in fact I don't view women as a tool or a resource to be used like something I bought at a hardware store. You insinuate quite plainly that you feel bisexual men could never have a family with a male partner, as if adoption or a surrogate mother are somehow outside our realm of consideration. And last but not least, you have decided that bisexual men would not only use a woman as nothing more than a baby factory to create their "perfect family" but would do so while always secretly longing to be with a man, as if we are incapable of love, commitment, self control, or basically any decent human quality. My idea of a perfect family? My idea of a perfect family is two parents who love each other unconditionally, regardless of their gender, who will raise their children to believe in a world where love doesn't have to hide from people who will hate them for who they are. My idea of perfect is a world where no bi+ child will ever have to be hated, mocked, ridiculed, or attacked by people like you. You, and everything you've chosen to write in your comment, are the perfect example of why Bi+ individuals, despite being the largest single group in the LGBTQ+ community, are the least supported, most likely to commit suicide, least likely to come out and, last but most certainly not least, the most missrepresented faction in the entire group. And everything I just said is backed by statistics.
That's kinda the point I'm making. Even in the LGTQ+ community bisexuals are often stigmatized and made to feel like outsiders.
So you win the oppression olympics
Not at all. There are many others even within the gay community that experience the same problems. Asexuals, pansexuals basically anyone who doesn't fall into the category of either gay or straight.
If you feel this isn't a real thing that happens. Why not read the reply above yours? Or perhaps some of the replies on my other question.
I have a harder time believing you care what the "community" thinks of you.
Let me tell you a little about my. Not that you care. My father was, among many other undesirable things, abusive, in nearly every way you can imagine. My mother left him when I was ten, too late, unfortunately, to prevent certain irreversible damage to my life. Three years later, I realized I liked my best friend (a boy). Since my mother and literally everyone else I knew outside of school was extremely religious, I lied to myself about my feelings, never talked to my best friend again, and secluded myself from everyone. When I was fourteen my mother sent me away to live with her brother because, and I quote "she just didn't know what to do with me". I attempted suicide at sixteen years old. My mother, when my uncle called her and told her that I was in the hospital, dying, she told him that she was going to bed because she had to work early the next day. I've been turned away by everyone I ever loved, even more so after I came out nearly a month ago. So yes. I very much care what the gay community thinks of me. Because I didn't live all of my life alone and miserable just to be excluded, ridiculed, or disowned again. If there's anything I can say or do to prevent another bi+ child from experiencing this, I'll do it.