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- “Sometimes I think I’m more attracted to men sexually and women romantically.”
- “Sometimes I think I’m more attracted to women sexually and men romantically.”
- “Sometimes I think I’m attracted to everyone sexually and no one romantically.”
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Thank you! It’s nice that you say that, I appreciate it. And I understand. I just want to keep my face and my nakedness as a completely public domain limited.
Since the word “bisexuality” has “bi” (literally: two) in it, some claim that using it as one’s label promotes a gender binary, i.e. exclusively male and female. According to this line of thinking, anyone who uses the label “bisexual” not only has no romantic interest in non-binary sexes and genders (including transgender, intersex, and genderqueer), but also is promoting their very erasure.
This couldn’t be further from the truth. Sadly, this thinking propagates misunderstandings and even a divided community based on confusion and misinformation about the term “Bisexual” …
The “bi” in “bisexual” refers not to male plus female, but to attraction to genders like our own, plus attraction to genders different from our own. In other words, it’s the ability to move in two directions along a continuum of multiple genders …
Pitting Minorities Against Each Other: The sad fact is these allegations of binarism draw not from actual transphobia within bisexual communities or bi-identified people, but from a long history of biphobia within parts of the gay and lesbian movements.
Claims of bisexuality as an “oppressive identity” are not new. We used to (and still) hear that bisexuals are a “privileged group” perpetuating heteronormativity and oppressing gay and lesbian people. Yet now we hear that bisexuals are a privileged group perpetuating cisgender normativity and oppressing transgender and genderqueer people. Both are demonstrably incorrect. An oppressing class/system will often point to the groups it seeks to marginalize and demonize and claim that they are in fact the ones who are the force of oppression and evil. It’s a classic maneuver, and it couldn’t be more false.
Trans people have suffered from very similar allegations from gays and lesbians. Male to female (MTF) trans people have been accused of merely escaping from one stereotype to another rather than advocating true gender freedom. Meanwhile, female to male (FTM) trans people have been accused of being opportunistic seekers of male privilege. Boy, we just can’t win, can we?
The “Bisexual = Binary” argument pits these minorities-within-the-minority against the other, compelling us to compete for a place in the gay and lesbian movement. In this way, the movement can stop worrying about how to prevent bi and trans communities from threatening their positions of power. Setting us against one another makes sure that we’ll do that job for them.
^^ Important Statement by an Important Group
True, I have a deep respect for non-binaries. That being said, my attractions are still cisgendered, and while my bisexuality only incorporates those within the binary, I’m aware of our variations!