So, I’ve been seeing this a lot lately and I feel the need to write a stand alone post about it. There’s this argument out there that bisexual women have some version of privilege because they’re “sexually available” to men and lesbians don’t have that because they’re not “sexually available” to…
The main problem I find with calling out bisexuals as “just experimenting” or “curious” is that you delegitmize experimenting with your sexuality. It’s perfectly healthy and normal to be curious and questioning of your orientation. What’s the big deal if someone thinks they might be bi or pan and then after some time decides, “no, I’m actually straight/gay.”? Like seriously…how does that affect you at all?
- Them: Stop bashing Moffat! If it weren't for him, we wouldn't have the last three seasons of Doctor Who.
- Me: That's exactly why I bash him.
“And you sit there, typing away at a script, and someone is saying, “But what’s this strange wooden box?”, and the Doctor is busy explaining that his spaceship can cloak itself, but all of your mind is screaming, “It’s the TARDIS, for God’s sake, what are you watching on Saturday night??””