Pansexual And Queer Are Not Superior to Bisexual

This is not going to be popular, and may even be deemed offensive by some. I am not trying to insult or be incendiary. That said, this is genuinely my opinion.

I think that the common, modern uses of the terms “pansexual” and “queer” are often employed to solve a problem that does not exist: that “bisexual” is too limiting. Some argue that the “bi” in “bisexual” means that a bisexual person can only be attracted to men and to women, not to more fluid dynamics.

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Hating Bisexuals

Huh. I just realized that hating bisexuals is an extension of misogyny and phallic worship.

“Exsqueeze me?” you ask incredulously. It may seem odd, but follow me for a moment. Please excuse the sweeping generalizations and crude stereotypes along the path.

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