seriously though bisexuality being defined as attraction to men and women is a heterosexual’s definition of bisexuality actual bisexual groups and organizations have been defining it as attraction to two or more genders or same and other genders since the nineties and plenty of nb…
I identified as pan and I guess I still do, kinda saw it as “attracted to people regardless of gender” as opposed to the way most people around see bisexuality, I’m black and white terms. The people around me aren’t very educated and while they know what bisexuality is, I prefer to say that I’m pan because then I can go on to explain what it is, just so I can give a nod to the fact that there is a gender spectrum outside of cis m/f binaries. Spread some subtle information, ya know?
There was an angry post going around saying that if you identify as pansexual you are basically accusing all bi people of being transphobic. And that never sat right with me.
Like hey, everyone should be able to just call themselves what they want. Or don’t label themselves if they don’t want to. Or whatever. Gender and sexuality can be fluid and changing as you discover stuff about yourself and about the world. And that’s cool, and everyone else should be cool with what you choose to call yourself, even if it doesn’t fit their definition of what something is. Especially within the queer community.
Be cool guys. We get enough shit from other people. We don’t need to drag each other through it too.
Eh. Nowadays I just say I’m queer, because it encompasses all aspects of my person. I’m like a queer cocktail of homoromantic asexual pansexual agender genderfluidity, engaged to a woman and with a little panic disorder sprinkled on top. Idk what I even am on a day-to-day basis anymore.
And besides, I like the way the word “queer” sounds.
The first day of marriage equality in Idaho. My heart is so happy. (via BuzzFeed LGBT)
One of these photos is mine! 4th from the end. My mom was marrying those two men.
The two old cowboys though
Merriam-Webster: irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals
Me: irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals*
*all such fears, aversions and discriminatory feelings or actions are by nature irrational
Opposing marriage equality states that queer people are fundamentally different from — and lesser than — straight people.
Opposing marriage equality states that queer people do not deserve the legal rights afforded to straight people.
Opposing marriage equality is homophobia.
La la la just putting this over here don’t mind me
This is a unisex skirt I’ve designed and working on making into an actual product. Goals: modern, heavy fabric, lots of pockets. More photos and info at https://skirtcraft.com or https://www.facebook.com/skirtcraft.
My second unisex skirt design, similar to the first one but longer. Upper slash pockets and lower zipper pockets built into side panels, and a zipper fly built into one of the angled front seams. We don’t have any products available for purchase yet, but are planning for a Kickstarter campaign in a few months. More photos and info at http://skirtcraft.com or https://www.facebook.com/skirtcraft.
My masterpiece of a tweet
OR you can stop the stereotype that men can only like feminine things if they’re using it as a tactic to get laid.
AND stop acting like “gay” is an insult. Because making “I’m masculine!!!” excuses to emphasize that you are not, in fact, gay, is furthering the idea that being gay is bad or wrong or weak or “less.”