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bimagicalgirl:

*goes on bisexuality tag*

Bisexuals are attracted to men and women.”

Bi= 2”

transgendered people”

*closes tab*

(via a-little-bi-furious)




bi-privilege:

helpful flowchart on how to tell if someone is bisexual. since the people running that study in the ny times seems to have forgotten.

bi-privilege:

helpful flowchart on how to tell if someone is bisexual. since the people running that study in the ny times seems to have forgotten.

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a-little-bi-furious:

bisexual-community:

afterellenbookclub:

Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution is the AfterEllen.com Book Club book o’ the month for April!

and it was chosed by a LARGE margin of After Ellen Book Club voters too, acording to the After Ellen website

*laughs at biphobes in AfterEllen comments section*

a-little-bi-furious:

bisexual-community:

afterellenbookclub:

Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution is the AfterEllen.com Book Club book o’ the month for April!

and it was chosed by a LARGE margin of After Ellen Book Club voters too, acording to the After Ellen website

*laughs at biphobes in AfterEllen comments section*

bi-privilege:

can we have bisexuality headcannon day and just flood tumblr with all our bisexual head cannons and every time someone’s like “but they like girls! but they like boys!” we just yell “THEY NEVER SAID THEY WERE MONOSEXUAL!” and throw purple glitter in their face.

(via a-little-bi-furious)




a-little-bi-furious:

Before people jump on this post with “oh that’s silly, what the heck is bisexuality anyway?” I just want to point out that non-binary genders exist, the overwhelmingly accepted definition of bisexuality by the bi community is “attracted to more than one gender”, men and/or women do not necessarily have to be included in order for someone to fall under the bi label kthxbye

a-little-bi-furious:

Before people jump on this post with “oh that’s silly, what the heck is bisexuality anyway?” I just want to point out that non-binary genders exist, the overwhelmingly accepted definition of bisexuality by the bi community is “attracted to more than one gender”, men and/or women do not necessarily have to be included in order for someone to fall under the bi label kthxbye

(Source: bi-privilege)


marshmallowbrigade:

harrie5:

Sign it here

People like pictures right?

The signatures have started slowing down on this, and that’s not very good.
As of me typing this, there’s still 37K signatures left. That’s a lot!

So keep sharing the link guys!

33,779 signatures needed by April 20, 2014!

Also another thing you can do is talk to you representative! If you don’t know who you’re representative for your district is this is an easy website to use that will let you know who your representative for Congress is.

The petition is important, but that doesn’t guarantee anything. It just means that President’s administration will issue a response to the issue. That can help something gain traction, but letting your congressional rep know that this is an issue close to your heart can also help make a difference!

(via a-little-bi-furious)

ilikesallydonovan:

iwilleatyourenglish:

bisexual invisibility isn’t new. you see, we’ve always had the power.

every unsolved high stakes art robbery? bisexuals.

crop circles? bisexuals with mowers.

poltergeists? nope just rowdy bisexuals

Roanoke colony? bisexuals probably.

(via bitchiamtheswanqueer)




kanayapapayas:

Here’s the sexuality section of the posters my GSA will be putting up around the school!

These posters are by no means exhaustive and I only put the bare basics of each sexuality on the poster. If there’s a glaring error in a definition or something please tell me so I can fix it before we put these up in real life!

[genders]

(via lbgtlove)


  • are you gay?
  • straight people: wHAT?! NO! WHAT THE HELL OF COURSE NOT! I MEAN IM COOL WITH GAY PEOPLE BUT NO!!!
  • gay people: hella
  • are you straight?
  • straight people: YES????? WHAT ELSE WOULD I BE???? DO I LOOK GAY???? IS IT MY SHIRT????
  • gay people: nah

bimagazine:

My Boyfriend (and I) Featured in The New York Times Sunday Magazine

Say popular bisexual author and columnist Mike Szymanski,

For much of the past two decades, my boyfriend John Sylla has taken a backseat to me in the "bisexual activism" world. He’s tagged along with me to bisexual conferences, he’s suffered through long and boring activist meetings, he was forced to edit The Bisexual’s Guide to the Universe a book I co-wrote with my bi-friend and fellow writer Nicole Kristal.

Today that has all changed, and I couldn’t be more proud.

John Sylla, and the great work he has done with the American Institute of Bisexuality, is being featured in The New York Times Magazine of the weekend of March 23, 2014 and it is a big deal.

Not since the Newsweek cover declared: Bisexuality. Not Gay. Not Straight. A New Sexual Identity Emerges,” has there been such a positive portrayal of bisexuality in the mainstream media. And that was July 17, 1995. It took nearly two decades to get another story like this done!

It’s a partially first-person story by the handsome journalist Benoit Denizet-Lewis and it details the dinner in West Hollywood that we had with him, and some of the things we discussed over lots of wine …

Yes, it’s surrounded in the story with people I knew before I ever met John. Regina Reinhardt, the therapist from San Diego, is pictured, so is Gary North. Robyn Ochs … is quoted in the article … In fact, the woman who inspired me to write The House that Bisexuality Built … my longtime friend [Ed Note: an American Institute of Bisexuality + Lambda Literary Board Member + editor of Bi Magazine] Denise Penn, is the reason why John and I met. She coaxed me to write that story that made the cover of the Orange County Blade that she was editing, (and for years I went on her public access TV show) and that is the reason John looked me up.

He left yellow tulips on my front doorstep with the note …“I would like to get involved in the bisexual movement, and I would like to meet you.”

Click HERE to read Mike’s full article


Mike Szymanski is a critically acclaimed journalist including two Hearst Awards for investigative reporting & feature writing; a film critic; and popular columnist who writes the widely read Bisexuality Examiner.

A bisexual activist since the early 1980s, he first came out as a gay writer but then found himself sneaking around with a girlfriend for a few years. So then he had to come out second time, this time as bisexual. He was previously a media coordinator for BiNet USA, and now teaches journalism at UCLA. He is also an award-winning author of several books with bisexual themes, including co-authoring the Lambda Award Winning Bisexuals Guide to the Universe.


jonnyluvssherlock:

sherlocked-development:

lucky for you my whole face is british

this would be the best way to start a romanic comedy

oh i need a johnlock that starts like this

(via wohnjatsons)


  • Heterosexuality: attraction to genders greatly dissimilar than your own
  • Homosexuality: attraction to genders very similar to your own
  • Bisexuality/polysexuality: attraction to genders both similar and dissimilar to your own

yaminoite:

grikurt:

Fuck this shit

Yeah. Then you get my sister’s kids with things like “Don’t drink the water. I farted.” while swimming in the pool. >.<

(Source: sixpenceee, via makingitupdaily)

mundosdepapel:

vanconcastiel:

consulting-cannibal:

based on this chat post

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I’ll give the Destiel Shippers credit. They make the funniest shit.

A+ on the bisexuality explanation

(via living-blind-folded)


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My name is Rae and I am bisexual. I can't begin to tell you guys how many times people have told me to pick a side or when they heard I was Bi cringed a little. As a orientation bisexual people have a pretty bad rap. So this is a blog for fun,laughs,advice,love, and smiles. A place without the demand to pick a side.

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