to quote neko case: “some people have a lot of nerve”

got this from bi-net USA:

Stop Biphobia Now!The totally tired and decidedly un-fabulous Michael Musto a gossip columnist for the Village Voice has come out with a biphobic, anti-scientific column titled “Ever Meet a Real Bisexual?” questioning the legitimacy of bisexuality.
In it he says (among other silly things):

..”Everyone always says they’re bisexual, blabbing on and on about how “sexuality is fluid, and I don’t really like labels”–but usually I find these are just gay men who are afraid to come out. I know there are real bisexuals out there–mainly because I’ve heard that there are–and I do think it’s a lovely idea to actually crave sex with people regardless of gender. I’m just wondering how real a phenomenon this is, as opposed to a smoke-and-mirrors coverup designed to keep antsy gays in the closet.

Most of the guys I know who say they’re bisexual end up doing Bette Davis impersonations after a few drinks, and when you invite them to an all-girl bar, they get excited, thinking you mean Splash.
But do you know anyone who REALLY is equally attracted to both men and women and effortlessly glides between those two dating pools without a second’s thought or self-consciousness? If so, do you ever suspect they’re full of shit?”..

Suggesting bisexuality is a phenomenon, or that bisexual men are closeted liars is offensive and outright wrong!

While some who say these bigoted things may think they are being funny, cute and amusing not to mention raising the hit rate on their columns a notch or two or some well-meaning people may just chalk it up to “sibling rivalry” within the greater LGBT Community — annoying but not to serious, in reality the biphobic rants of Michael Musto, Dan Savage, et al.
are just as toxic as Fred Phelps, James Dobson’s Focus on the Family and their ilk are to the greater LGBT Community.

They give legitimacy to troubled souls of the kind we ALL know too well, and help to incite hatred and violence against the bisexual/pansexual and fluid community…

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One response to “to quote neko case: “some people have a lot of nerve”

  1. I love every one its my job to be good to every one,, Its not easy but it is my ego that is the problem…. Every one has what I need if given it time… Sex is for the young ones they have the time to put out the love for children sex is not love… if you can love your self first you have chance to love.

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