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Bisexuality 3 years 11 months ago #28

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Hi. I am a 57 year old bisexual cis gendered woman. A year ago I had no idea what most of that sentence meant. I had a huge amount of misinformation about orientation and gender running through my heteronormative head. It took a lot of self education and honesty to battle through my views on bisexuality. What are the stereotypes that immediately come to mind when you hear "bisexual?" Please be honest. We have all heard them. Do you feel any of these stereotypes have validity?
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Bisexuality 3 years 11 months ago #33

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Congratulations for teaching yourself a new way of thinking and for chucking all that old misinformation. I've always considered myself Bi and I really haven't experienced much discrimination because of that label... but I also don't "advertise" or hide my orientation. It just is what it is. I did have a conversation once a long time ago with a Lesbian friend who said she found Bi women frustrating. Her opinion was that Bi girls will eventually "go straight" and leave you for a man. Have you heard that opinion expressed before?
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Bisexuality 3 years 11 months ago #34

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I either consider myself trisexual, or celibate. I think connections are connections reguardless of . . . . .sex or anything else. What I desire most in this World is a sense of connection, of acceptance, of universal Love
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Bisexuality 3 years 11 months ago #35

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I used to think people who were bi-sexual just couldn't make up their minds. Now I believe that everyone is a little bi and that being bi-sexual opens up a whole new scope of possibilities. I like what Franny said about being a Tri-sexual and even being somewhat asexual. I'm taking the tri-sexual to mean that she has the courage to try anything. I'm a self proclaimed lesbian, but often feel asexual. It takes me so much to actually be attracted to someone. There have been times that members of the other sex have intrigued me, and in fact, I did date men (boys) before I turned 18, but I often see a fair majority of men possessing characteristics that irritate more than attract me.
Bravado's one, the socially influenced self entitlement, vulgarity, short shortsightedness, a small faction of them working seemingly tirelessly to pillage the environment for all she has without a second thought, war, violence, rape, molestation, etc, etc. These are the things I have a hard time with and leave me believing that womyn are definitely the wiser, more sensitive, and mentally stronger sex., though some of us have fallen into pretty dis-empowering stereotypes. Weird though, that most of my friends are men. Hmm.
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