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As a bisexual, I’m confused by the idea that you can think of an entire gender of people as Not Attractive to you. It’s like if you only dated southerners or people who need glasses. I just think: why is this variable more important than others? Surely it depends on the person? But I keep these thoughts to myself because I respect that everyone’s sexuality is different and yours is as valid as mine.
I am saying this to try and show how silly it is to call bisexuals ‘confused’ or ‘not real’. You don’t need to fully relate to someone to know that their experiences and identities are as real and true as yours, because sexuality is a personal identity and not a science. If they’re not sure how to describe themselves, or if their identity changes over time, so what? Life’s complicated. No sexuality is more ‘real’ than another. All you have to do is respect that and move on.
Edit: re-reading the first paragraph, I realised that if you’re a member of an oppressed group you might understandably prefer to only date people of that same group, for community or self-protection and so on, and for some that could mean not dating men? It’s not my place to say if that’s a choice or a sexuality, of course. My intention in this post was to show how nonsensical biphobic opinions sound to bisexual people, not to judge or speculate about any other sexualities.
"What is shipping?"
This is shipping people.
do you ever drop something and instead of picking it back up you just stare at on the ground and think about what a failure you are
Have never reblogged something so quick in my goddam life
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