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Archive for the ‘bi visibility’ Category

Bi Visibility Day is Sept. 23, 2017, so to kick off the festivities, I have a new “Ask a Bisexual” for you!

Ask a Bisexual is an ongoing series of posts about bi-erasure and bisexuality, the attraction to two or more genders.

In today’s piece, I’ll be discussing monosexism, cissexism, and visibility in Evan Urquhart’s piece “After Transitioning, I Want to Blend In. But My Lesbian Wife Still Wants to Be Out.” You might notice the slug in the URL is “how can queer couples be out when they look straight?”, which is exactly the point I want to address: How can they be out? Why, just ask a bisexual!

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Sept. 23 is Bi Visibility Day and Sept. 20-26 is Bi Awareness Week

you're not alone

Speaking of bisexuals, these two. #mutantandproud [Image from X-Men First Class of Charles Xavier rescuing Erik Lensherr from the water. Erik: I thought I was alone. Charles: You’re not alone.]

It’s time to stop forgetting the BTQIA+ portion of LGBTQIA+. Here are some links for your reading pleasure, which may also be used to throw in the face of rude monosexists (:spins Rolodex:).

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