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Bisexual Ladies Sound Off
"I am a happily married woman and I married a man. I don’t think that negates [my bisexuality]. Some people find it odd that you can identify with a sexual orientation that is not straight and yet be married to someone of the opposite sex. They’re like, ‘Obviously it’s not real if you’re married to a dude’. That’s not my problem. I’m like, ‘Okay, if that’s how you feel, there’s nothing I can do about it.’ I’m just living my life." - Anna Paquin

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Bisexual Ladies Sound Off

"I am a happily married woman and I married a man. I don’t think that negates [my bisexuality]. Some people find it odd that you can identify with a sexual orientation that is not straight and yet be married to someone of the opposite sex. They’re like, ‘Obviously it’s not real if you’re married to a dude’. That’s not my problem. I’m like, ‘Okay, if that’s how you feel, there’s nothing I can do about it.’ I’m just living my life." - Anna Paquin

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emily-adomestic:

I made these to put up around my school for my school’s GSA. They are quotes from some little known bisexuals about their bisexuality.

Lets stop bisexual erasure and remember, bisexuality is real!

Edit: Gonna change Tom Daley to a diver instead of a swimmer before I post these in my school.

Also I had to cut the Anne Frank quote to make it more “school appropriate”. The poster quote makes it seem like she might have just wanted a friend, when the actual quote mentions her wanting to touch her friend’s breasts and how when she looks at nude statues and paintings in her art book, she wants to scream out in ecstacy at how beautiful they are. :P

And finally, I would love to add some POC but in all honesty it was hard enough finding these people. If you have any that you know of, please tell me. Keep in mind they have to be famous enough for most teenagers to know. Thanks!

Edit #2: Tom Daley recently came out as gay so he shall not be included in these posters. If anyone knows any more males for me to include, that would rock!

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bialogue-group:

Hey there good people, the Bisexual Community in the NYC Area has a problem. And they hope you can help.

The nice people who run the annual New York City Pride March and Festivities each June have started picking out who will be this year’s Grand Marshals. And as you can see so far they have picked some wonderful people:

  • Executive Director of the Task Force Rea Carey representing the L in LGBT
  • Broadway, film, and television actor Jonathan Groff representing the G in LGBT
  • Actress and activist Laverne Cox representing the T in LGBT

Said NYC March Director David Studinski, "Our 2014 marshals are leaders in brilliant forms of activism through which LGBT people and their allies engage … they represent the diversity within the LGBT community". And who can argue with that?

Except that there are Four (4) letters in LGBT and one of them seems to still be missing.

So the people at the New York Area Bisexual Network (NYABN) came up with some suggestions of two great Bisexual Activists who have contributed so much to the LGBT cause: (1) NYC Resident currently starring on Broadway, the actor Alan Cumming and (2) NYC’s own singer-songwriter Lady Gaga.

Now all they have to do is bring these great ideas to the attention of NYC Pride (The Official NYC LGBT Pride Organizer). Which is where YOU come in.

Could you help by retweeting NYABN’s messages (Tweet 1) (Tweet 2) to NYC Pride? Or if your not on Twitter, mentioning this unfortunate over-site (very nicely please) to NYC Pride on their Facebook Page?

You could? That so great! Thanks for all your help, it’s much appreciated.

Becasue if we don’t get this mistake corrected AND if the people in charge of the LGBT Community don’t somehow stop forgetting the B in LGBT, instead of this year’s NYC Pride theme being “We Have Won When We’re One” it might end up being, “We Could Still Loose If We Keep Leaving the Largest One Out”.

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Every morning I wake,
And I feel quite alone.
I miss the chill of the North,
And the love of my home.
*
As a prisoner,
I feel that I built my own cage,
My regrets are too many,
Too strong, and so strange.
*
‘I was not to know’,
I whisper in prayer,
‘I was young, just a child’,
I’m repaid in despair.
*
I wear the mask of fair maiden,
And a look of compliance,
I dare not ever snarl,
Or allude to defiance.
*
My hair it is braided,
Atop my raised head,
I cling to grace as my lifeline,
I make beauty of dread.
*
But inside, all my fury,
It screams like the wind.
It howls like a wolf.
Of vengeance it sings.
*
Patience is a virtue,
Or oft I am told,
It has become my saviour,
My vow to this world.
*
I waited, existed,
In a mouth full of teeth,
Sharpened and bared,
Poised to snap shut and crush me.
*
And then came the day,
Sewn of indigo and violet,
That my predator scented,
A brand new alliance.
*
Praise the Maiden,
He choked on his own wicked soul,
Before he could claim her,
And swallow her whole.
*
Quite curiously,
I found I was compelled to forgive,
After all, it is cruel,
How life steals, how it gives.
*
Then the voice of an angel,
Spoke amidst all the chaos,
I must run, I must hide.
Or else all hope was lost.
*
So I hitched up my skirts,
I turned and I fled,
From the monsters that cut off my father’s sweet head.

Sansa Escapes From The Lions’ Den by Claudia Boleyn

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cand86

cand86:

I am so fucking done with biphobia in gay media.  Just 1000% done.

These are from the movie G.B.F., which got some flack on Tumblr at first for people assuming it was a straight take on the “gay best friend as accessory” phenomenon, rather than the actual mockery and critique of said concept that it was.  But then that misinformation was corrected, people saw it (it’s on Netflix) … and yet I’ve only seen a handful of people talking about the actual egregious thing in the movie.

(Not included in this gifset: Tanner’s father scoffing “He could be bi!  Coastal!”, and a reprise during the credits rollover of “He could be bi.  Bilingual!”, to which his wife replies “Bi is confusing.  I’m glad he’s gay.”)

It’s so completely jarring.  You’re happily watching a movie, and then, bam!  Out of the blue, it smacks you in the face.

And the worst thing is that there’s no reason for it.  I’ve gotten used to bi invisibility in my media- of just never seeing bi characters in most of what I read and watch.  I’ve gotten used to bi erasure- of characters with an almost comical inability to say the B word as they sway from “straight” to “gay now”.  I’ve put up with fictional worlds’ statistically improbable population of folks who eschew labels and lesbians who fall in love with men.  I’ve even come to accept the tired stereotypes of duplicity and confusion in narratives where we are shown.

But for fuck’s sake, this is so unnecessary.  It’s a goddamned throwaway line, coming not from the bigoted villain or even some token clueless character, but from good characters the audience is supposed to like.  It does nothing to advance the plot.  It’s not even funny … unless the joke is supposed to be that bisexuals don’t exist.

Ugh.  I should know better, I know.  Gay and lesbian movies can never be assumed to be safe places.

Definately have been told by a few different homosexuals I know that Bisexuals don’t exist. They’re just confused… really? No, I think you’re f*ing confused.

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10 Bisexuals Celebrities That Everyone Keeps Labeling As Gay or Stright

vittyyluvscookies:

1. Amber Heard 

2. Alan Cumming 

3. Drew Barrymore

4. Megan Fox

5. Andy Dick

6. Carrie Brownstein 

7. Lady Gaga

8. Billy Joe Armstrong 

9. Angelina Jolie 

10. Margaret Cho

Read more at- http://www.thegloss.com/2014/03/28/sex-and-dating/bisexual-celebrities-list/

Oh my God Megan Fox… such a crush on her I had no idea… CHAAAANCE. LMAO