I’ve seen quite a few posts lately in blogs like this about friends not being supportive of people after they’ve come out as bi.
After I came out to one of my friends she gave this button and said, “Have a bi-bee. It’s a really subtle way of being out. The people who know what the colours mean will get it, everyone else will think it’s just a pretty bee.”
Point is, your real friends will support you and possibly give you adorable badges. If your “friends” don’t support you when you come out, question you, ask you to prove your bi-ness, act biphobic in other ways, they aren’t really your friends.
Ditch the biphobes, they’re not worth your fabulous self, they don’t deserve you. Find a bi-bee friend, they’re out there.
‘[Monica] Helms came up with the trans flag in 1999, after she met…
“Why do you need to use terms like monosexism? Stop being so divisive!”
One thing I never understood in the discourse, no matter if ace exclusionists,…
When you mix blue and red it makes Purple. Purple isn’t referred to as half blue and half red. It is it’s own color in and of itself and it has a name, Purple!
And sometimes depending on how it’s mixed, it turns out more red or more blue, but it is still referred to as Purple. And sometimes depending on how it’s mixed, it can be lighter or sometimes its darker, but it is still referred to as Purple. And sometimes many of these different shades and hues also have their own names, but even then they are all also
still referred to as Purple!
The same goes for Bisexual+ people and the Bi+ Community. Still here, still queer, and not going to disappear.
dailybiaffirmation:A special reminder for TRANS bisexuals that you are important and valid and you…