For those of you who didn't know, March is not only #womenshistorymonth, but also Bisexual Health Awareness Month! So of course, me being me, I decided to write a little something about it (link in bio) from my own perspective.
Included are a few things:
1. General information about what it means to be bisexual.
2. What is biphobia?
3. My experiences with biphobia: comments ranging from "You don't look bi," to "Wouldn't your [insert gender] partner be afraid you'd leave them for a [insert gender]?" to "We're all sinners." .
. In short, you should just love your fellow queers unconditionally. .
."Please do your best to stand up for your queer brothers and sisters (and non-binary siblings) when you hear biphobic (or trans/homophobic) comments being made. Challenge yourself and your fear of speaking out. Challenge yourself to move away from the mindset that "both sides deserve a platform," because hate speech and free speech are not the same thing."