Category: Nonmonosexual

theadvocatemag:

theadvocatemag:

Today is IDAHOT: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. Let’s keep up the good fight!

theadvocatemag:

theadvocatemag:

Today is IDAHOT: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. Let’s keep up the good fight!

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bisexual-books:

stilesisbiles:

‘[Monica] Helms came up with the trans flag in 1999, after she met Michael Page, the creator of the bisexual flag and he told her “the trans community needs a flag too”. The idea for the design came to her quickly, hoping that the colours would mean something to people, with the white stripe in the centre representing the non-binary community.’ (source)

The fact that the trans flag was inspired by the creator of the bi flag and explicitly includes nonbinary people means so much to be as a nonbinary bisexual.

I swear to god writing a children’s nonfiction book on the history behind each pride flag would be like printing money…. 

– Sarah 

bisexual-books: stilesisbiles: ‘[Monica] Helms came up with the trans flag in 1999, after she met…

bisexual-books:

stilesisbiles:

‘[Monica] Helms came up with the trans flag in 1999, after she met…

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bilations:

“Why do you need to use terms like monosexism? Stop being so divisive!”

Translation: Bi people using their own terms to describe their own experiences is divisive and bad. Anything that suggests that bi people’s experiences are different from gay people’s are terrible. Don’t you know that unity involves completely ignoring your own issues if they don’t include us?

bilations: “Why do you need to use terms like monosexism? Stop being so divisive!” Translation: Bi…

bilations:
“Why do you need to use terms like monosexism? Stop being so divisive!”

Translation: Bi…

bi-trans-alliance: Bi+ Ireland August schedule…

bi-trans-alliance:

Bi+ Ireland August schedule 

bi-trans-alliance: Bi+ Ireland August schedule 

bi-trans-alliance:

Bi+ Ireland August schedule 

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pro-aspec-lesbian:

One thing I never understood in the discourse, no matter if ace exclusionists, terfs or biphobes; the argument is always “cis straight people are using this identity to sneak into the LGBT community and steal our resources” and that leads me to one question: Why? Why would they? What use would a “straight man” have from saying they’re a trans lesbian? Why should somebody say they’re ace, why would people want to be a part of a MARGIALIZED GROUP, aka the LGBT community? Why would somebody want to get rid of their priviledge, just to be shunned by society, to recieve threats and hate? Just because they want PRIDE? Or what is your argument here, dear exclusionist?!

I just don’t get the logic behind this.

pro-aspec-lesbian: One thing I never understood in the discourse, no matter if ace exclusionists,…

pro-aspec-lesbian:

One thing I never understood in the discourse, no matter if ace exclusionists,…