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odddaysgeorge:

sometimes I’m like “lol I’m so lucky I dont like boys”

but then I’m like “wait. I do like boys. I forgot”

(via bumblebucky)

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bisexualzuko:

bi-privilege:

i am a born-again bisexual. i have been baptized in the tears of the monosexuals whose hearts i have broken with my multisexual ways. this is the only way to become a true bisexual.

Wrong. JEwish bisexuals often enter a mikvah of the tears of monosexuals.

very true. i’m sorry for the close-minded implications of the original post. please forgive me.

(via necromancerjet)

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bifacts:

Fact: 4 out of 5 dentists recommend bisexuals. It is currently unclear what exactly they recommend bisexuals for, but nonetheless bisexuals are flattered

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bi-privilege:

breaking news: bisexual women in relationships with men can be feminists, but only if they exclusively have sex in woman-on-top positions. the missionary position upholds the patriarchy.

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bi-privilege:

i am a born-again bisexual. i have been baptized in the tears of the monosexuals whose hearts i have broken with my multisexual ways. this is the only way to become a true bisexual.

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bi-privilege:

"bi means 2" well maybe if we were talking in archaic latin i would give a fuck, but we’re not and i don’t.

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  • Question: the responses you're getting on your 'straight people dont need straight pride' post are both hilarious and disgusting at the same time #stopstraightpeople2k14 - matt-smith
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    really. they claim i’m being mean but really i’m just trying to save them from embarrassing themselves on a public website. i’m so selfless.

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  • Question: What are some of your turn-ons? - Anonymous
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    not getting creepy anon asks

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  • Question: i'm bisexual and i just want to say that i am sick as hell of biphobic people and straight people who can't handle it not being about them for a moment - Anonymous
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    me too, anon. me too

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