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28th-Nov-2005 11:10 pm - Question
Since I feel like I'm sort of posting in a giant, semi-silent room, I thought maybe I could ask a question and get some discussion going here.


What do you think the hardest thing is about being bisexual?
(If you are not bi, just consider what it might be.)

*best cawfee tawk voice* Discuss.
25th-Nov-2005 02:16 am - Kinsey
For those of you that interested, the Kinsey Institute is almost always doing research studies and several of their questionnaires can be filled out online. To check out their studies just click here.

And as a brief side-note, if you have not seen the movie Kinsey, then go out and get it. It raises a lot of good questions about sexuality and the study thereof. Plus, you get to see how an intellectual deals with his own bisexuality. :-)
The classic Hollywood take on bisexuality has always mirrored popular stereotypes about bisexuals. Bisexuals are indecisive, and incapable of commitment. They are promiscuous, omnivorous sexual predators quick to hump anything that moves. They are confused, or psychologically damaged, or both.

Bisexual women in particular have been further patronized as sexual toys for straight men--women who are willing to bring to life the male fantasy of girl-on-girl action that welcomes male participation. And they have been further demonized as twisted, evil, duplicitous double-crossers whose punishment is perpetual insatiability and an ultimately gruesome end.

Read the rest of the article at afterellen.com
23rd-Nov-2005 12:59 pm - One for the road
(To the tune of "O Christmas Tree")

Bisexual, Bisexual
How free to love each gender!
Bisexual, Bisexual
How free to love each gender!

You'll sleep with women and with men
You'll switch and then go back again.

Bisexual, Bisexual
How free to love each gender!

(ganked from here.

Thus starts the holiday season. :-)
23rd-Nov-2005 12:30 pm - We need more men like him
In a recent article, Jake Gyllenhaal admitted that he was rather flattered that people thought he might be bisexual. He plays a gay cowboy (eating pudding? lol) in the new movie Brokeback. I really like the fact that he said, "I've never really been attracted to men sexually, but I don't think I would be afraid of it if it happened." More acceptance for my gay and bisexual brothers there, yeah!
23rd-Nov-2005 12:25 pm - Afterthought
I don't know. This sounds like a great thing to happen, don't get me wrong. But don't you ever feel like bisexuals and transgendered are just kind of an afterthought? And a resolution? Still, its a first step, I guess.

From The Advocate, November 23, 2005.

LGBT leaders vow to monitor human rights abuses

LGBT leaders from around the world said Monday that they passed a "historic" resolution this past weekend in Seattle during the Gay and Lesbian Leadership Conference. The document calls on "all nations and governments to adopt a vocal, clear, and consistent policy on international human rights abuses against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people that includes a call on other countries to abolish sodomy laws."

Attendees, some of whom traveled from as far away as Sri Lanka and Poland, vowed to continue to bring attention to the horrific record of some countries on this issue. For instance:

—There are reports that in Iran more than 4,000 citizens have been executed since 1979 because they are gay or lesbian.

—In Malaysia "carnal intercourse against the order of nature" is punishable by up to 20 years' imprisonment and whipping.

—Being gay in Saudi Arabia can lead to jail terms or even beheadings.

The conference is a program of the Gay and Lesbian Leadership Institute, the nonprofit sister organization of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund. The leaders also approved a resolution to "encourage all LGBT legislators and all other LGBT public officials to be open and honest about their sexual orientation or gender identity or expression."

"These resolutions reflect the quality of the discussions that occurred and the seriousness of the issues discussed," said Chuck Wolfe, president of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund. "As the LGBT community continues to gain voices at all levels of policy-making and implementation, it's incumbent that we continue to speak up for those whose voices are silenced in countries that deny them rights simply because they are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender."
23rd-Nov-2005 12:19 pm(no subject)
This is the first entry in this wacky new community. People are encouraged to post news stories, personal reflections, humor and any other thing that is at least semi-on-topic. This is not really a place to post nakey pictures, but, I suppose you can if you want to. ;-)

Here's some questions to answer if you are just coming into this community that might give us an idea of where you stand on certain things. Feel free to leave your answers in the comments or in an additional post.

1. How do you define bisexuality?
2. Do you identify bisexual?
3. Do you identify bisexual publically?
4. Are you bisexual friendly?
5. Do you see bisexuals as people who need to get off the fence and make up their minds?
6. Do you consider yourself a political bisexual?
7. Do you believe bisexuals should still be monogamous?
8. Do you believe that the majority of bisexuals are just sluts?
9. What percentage of the population do you think is bisexual?

Those are just some starter questions. If anyone wants to pose anymore, feel free to do so.
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