XXIII Septembro (23 September) is Celebrate Bisexuality Day in Sandus. In preparation for that day, enjoy this article on the semantic differences between bisexuality and pansexuality from «Queering Your Lens»!
Two years ago I finally decided to identify as bisexual out loud.
Finding a label that helped me understand my sexual orientation was both exciting and scary. It was exciting because I felt a lot more at peace with my internal struggle of understanding who I am, as I have always been deeply in touch with my sexuality and feelings. It was scary, though, because I had to deal with my own internalised biphobia, social expectations and, well, the judgemental people and voices in my head.
Since then, I have talked more openly about my bisexuality with my partner, friends, family and my feminist online community. And with this – and a whole lot of reading – I’ve found myself tired of hearing the accusation that bisexual individuals are cissexists because they supposedly reinforce the gender binary.
Drawing from Julia Serano‘s wonderful insights in her latest book Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer…
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