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i went with my mom when she was visiting a friend last night and this woman was talking about how she made her 16 year old son stop talking to this girl he liked after she found out that said girl was bisexual and my mom just kind of awkwardly kept looking between me and her friend and i was just sitting there looking at the ceiling and it was hella awkward

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intombed:

bi-privilege:

*choir of angels descends from the heavens* “bisexuality is the attraction to two or more genders and non-bisexuals need to fucking stop saying otherwise~”

actually you’re wrong??

bi = two

bisexual is when you like two genders

PANSEXUAL is when you like two or more

so???

i’m sorry did i fucking whisper?

Source: bi-privilege
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vaelkyrie:

thebadpunqueen:

michaelaisradashell:

the expression “i cant say that with a straight face” comes from the fact that straight people have no sense of humour and cant tell jokes

um can you not?

are you straight because I’m sensing a lack of sense of humor

(via ama-taram)

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sorry that there has not been a lot of activity since i got home. i’ve been pretty busy visiting with my family and friends, getting ready for the gre, fighting jet lag, etc. but hopefully i will be all caught up in a couple of weeks. (alternatively i may be unable to catch up and will end up going back to school still behind, in which case you may not hear from me til christmas. lol.)

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allhailtherenegades:

"so she’s gay now?"

yeah she turned it all the paperwork last week and her acceptance letter came this morning, it was all pretty sudden

(via pizza)

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  • Question: it made me sad in when I only knew the transphobic definition of bi and thought I had to stop identifying that way. It made me very happy to learn there were other definitions and I could still be bi! So thank you for fighting for my right to be bi. - Anonymous
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    :)

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  • Question: hey!! for your list on bi representation i have "beauty queens" by libba bray! theres a girl who kisses other girls and talks about how she feels attraction to men and women but she's still figuring it out and doesn't want to label herself. it's really easy to connect to her! also the book is just awesome in general it deals with issues such as transphobia, racism, ableism, homophoia and sexism and it's really great - Anonymous
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    yay!!

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  • Question: Your FAQ. ◾Q: i’m bi but i’m only attracted to cis people / afab people / amab people, is that transphobic? A: yes. People are attracted to what they're attracted to. I understand that "this person" could meet a transgendered individual that they become attracted to in the future. But from the point in their life they're at, they have not been attracted to any transgendered individuals. The person is not being transphobic. The person is "announcing/exclaiming" what they know of themselves. - Anonymous
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    when people say i am not attracted to trans people, they mean they are incapable of attraction to trans people. i think you may be mixing it up with someone who has said ‘i have never been attracted to a trans person before’ which honestly is still transphobic because how do you know? trans people don’t all look alike, and there’s no way you could possibly tell trans people apart from cis people by looking at them, and it’s transphobic to assume you can.

    edit: and it is transgender, not transgendered. thanks to those who pointed this out—i am skimming most of my asks.

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  • Question: Hi, so I'm a cis bi girl. I came out to my best friend about two years ago, and I was pleasantly surprised when she reacted well to the news. At the time, I was in love with a close cis girl friend at the time, but that fell through due to a lot of miscommunication. Right now, I really like a guy, and it often feels like my best friend forgets I'm bi. It almost feels like she's treating what happened before as a "phase" and because she refuses to say the word "bi", she says "on the fence". - Anonymous
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    my suggestion is to have a come to jesus talk with your friend. tell her that you are still bi, regardless of who you date, and you expect her to respect that if she appreciates your friendship. you shouldn’t have to deal with that shit.

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  • Question: I'm bisexual and have known as such since 6th grade. However, in between a conservative environment and Christian schooling, I have never come out to more than a handful of people. I'm a senior in college now, and I don't know how I can manage to fully come out after all this time. - Anonymous
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    well, as always, you don’t have to come out if you don’t want to. if you haven’t yet, i suggest checking out my page on coming out. i would definitely consider coming out first to people you feel like you trust to support you.

be advised, i am traveling from june 20 until july 16, and will mostly be relying on the tumblr app to blog. my ability to answers asks will be limited during this time period (and depending on the backlog, i may not be able to get to all the asks sent to me!), so please consider checking out some of these other awesome bisexual blogs for info!

as always, the FAQ below provides some answers to common questions.

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