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A place for bisexual folks to come and smile

bisexiel:

ravenclawsleftclaw:

bisexiel:

BISEXUALS ARE NOT CONFUSED

Bisexuals are not confused

BISEXUALS. ARE. NOT. CONFUSED.

BISEXUALS ARE NOT CONFUSED

idk im kind of confused on taxes?? 

BISEXUALS ARE ONLY SLIGHTLY CONFUSED ABOUT A FEW THINGS

LIKE TAXES AND AP CALC AND THE OCCASIONAL RIDDLE

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supernaturalwanderlust:

#when a hairstyle makes you want to light yourself on fire and drown in your own tears at the same time

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hithereyeah:

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maiahasnocape:

Whenever middle aged straight dudes question my bisexuality, I’m just going to start insulting their clothing

Like when they say “Are you sure about that? You aren’t ready to commit to it yet, it’s probably just a phase or an expression of rebellion anyway”

I’ll say “Are you…

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cristheweirdo:

*incoherent screaming*
I MADE THIS ON ZAZZLE AND NOW IT’S IN MY POSSESSION I CAN’T WAIT TO WEAR THIS TO SDCC!!!

cristheweirdo:

*incoherent screaming*

I MADE THIS ON ZAZZLE AND NOW IT’S IN MY POSSESSION I CAN’T WAIT TO WEAR THIS TO SDCC!!!

(via bi-privilege)


mercedeslezzies:

I think this speaks for itself. Accepting a person doesn’t mean you get to put limits on their freedom. You can’t be an ally and want us to stop talking, or labeling, or demanding to be heard.  

Acceptance has no exceptions. Period. 

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utopiacontent:

Everything you wanted to know about transgender people but were afraid to ask.

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serenityandwar:

Happy Saturday everyone! Wanted to plug another really good cause to consider donating to. It is to help my wonderful fiance, Kaz: “I want to feel comfortable in the knowledge that how I look on the outside matches who I am on the inside, for the first time in too long. Your donation, no matter how big or small will help me on the road to living a happy, healthy life as an FTM transgender man.” Please consider donating because even the smallest donation is a step in the right direction. If you can’t donate, please spread the word. Thanks so much.

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/wvx3/top-surgery-for-kaz?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fb_share_stream.share&utm_campaign=ui_frshare_vanity&og_action=hug&t=3&fb_ref=1853188




Anonymous Asked:
Hi, stoppity anon here. The definition I gave of bisexual is literally the textbook definition. Bisexuals will not date pre-op transfolk. That has always been the definition. Which is why it has a "transphobic??" debate. Also, not wanting to date transfolk is a preference, not transphobic. Some people like their men with dicks, and their women with vaginas, and that's perfectly okay. It is not transphobic in the least.

My answer:

first-i-put-in-earplugs:

For the record, I, the stoppity anon, am pansexual, and transgender so this is something I have at least somewhat of a say in.

Ok, friend, for the record I am bisexual and nonbinary. So I get a say in what is bisexual, you get a say in what is pansexual, and we can have a lovely discussion about transphobia and how it touches everyone’s lives.

Very few bisexuals feel the way you described. None of the bisexual organizations use any definitions even remotely close to the one you gave. Not even the Oxford English Dictionary (which gives a terrible and inaccurate defintion) says that. The most accepted definitions of bisexuality (which have been in documented use for decades) are “attraction to genders similar to your own and different from your own” or “attraction to two or more genders.” Notably (and intentionally) these allow for people who are attracted to just men and women, or people who are attracted to all genders, and everyone inbetween. Also notable, the words cisgender, pre-op and post-op never appear in these definitions. Because it’s irrelevant to the situation. Again, as I said, please listen to, respect and use the definitions provided by bisexual people. Because what you’re saying has NEVER been the definition. The “transphobic???” debate is being caused and fed by people aggressively talking over us and spreading false and often hurtful information. You are feeding that debate right now, by attempting to talk over real life bisexual people about how they are allowed to define themselves. 

You also need to consider that what you’re saying here is that ONLY pansexuals would ever date a pre-, mid-, or non-transitioning trans person. That’s bull. If you are attracted to women, you are attracted to women. If you are attracted to men, you are attracted to men. Yes, you will have preferences, everyone does, but you do not necessarily “know” that the man or woman you are looking at is trans. You do not know their transitional status either. So you CANNOT categorically state that you are not attracted to trans people. To do so implies that you will always know these things, and that is transphobic.

For further reading…

try this

or this

maybe this

Here’s a fun one about why I’m irritable

more

I could do this all day

really this is why this blog exists

you could read my posts even

I’m not trying to be nasty here

I’m just really offended

at some of your assertions

But

I’m almost done here

These last four

Are very

IMPORTANT

Have a good day!


Happy Saturday everyone! Wanted to plug another really good cause to consider donating to. It is to help my wonderful fiance, Kaz: “I want to feel comfortable in the knowledge that how I look on the outside matches who I am on the inside, for the first time in too long. Your donation, no matter how big or small will help me on the road to living a happy, healthy life as an FTM transgender man.” Please consider donating because even the smallest donation is a step in the right direction. If you can’t donate, please spread the word. Thanks so much.

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/wvx3/top-surgery-for-kaz?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fb_share_stream.share&utm_campaign=ui_frshare_vanity&og_action=hug&t=3&fb_ref=1853188




boxersandbinders:

Ace Bandage Warning for transmen

boxersandbinders:

Ace Bandage Warning for transmen


psych-facts:

ARIES: “I’d let you win any time. Not that you need it. You’ll always win. My heart as an example”

TAURUS: ”You’re the most important thing in my life”

GEMINI: ”I could talk to you for hours”

CANCER: ”I look forward to having your last name” / “Do you like my last name?…

(Source: derpastrology)



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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