I was reading a bunch of articles about bisexuality yesterday. I guess the NYT came out with an article recently about the scientific quest to prove bisexuality exists. Bisexuals apparently hate this. Huffpost has a nice selection of articles on the topic.
So anyway, something I noticed when reading all this is that bisexuals spend a lot of time listing their complaints, but not so much time providing solutions, or awareness raising of much other than their problems.
I think the gay community does a pretty good job of explaining themselves and addressing people’s concerns, fears and misunderstandings. Bisexuals mostly complain. For example, a gay man might reject a bi man because he figures the bi guy just isn’t ready to admit he’s gay, or he’s a fence sitter just waiting for the right woman to come along and then it’s dump time.
Bi’s complain about this, but they don’t tell the rest of us why we shouldn’t fear these things.
So bisexuals, what do the rest of us need to know that will set our minds at ease?