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And we most certainly didn't just "need to be with the right man/woman." We're bisexual. Many of us have been in really bad relationships, and bear the physical and psychological scars.Sixty-one percent of bisexual women have been stalked, sexually assaulted, or physically assaulted by an intimate partner during their lifetime, significantly higher rates of abuse than among lesbians or straight women.After going on a date with bisexual man, Carrie Bradshaw famously opined in an episode of Sex and the City, “I’m not even sure bisexuality exists.
This is one of those things that you shouldn't do to anyone ever. But it's especially important in this context because bisexual women are so often assumed to be promiscuous (not that there's anything wrong with that).
The bisexual spectrum includes people who are attracted to a diversity of gender identities and expressions.
Our past relationships may include partners who identify as transgender or non-binary, so don't make assumptions about the kinds of people and bodies we're attracted to.
Bisexual people have a complicated relationship with the larger LGBT community, and too often we're made to feel like we're not "gay enough." Spaces dominated by gay men and lesbians regularly fail to include us, and we're assumed to be straight or gay based on the gender of our partners.
There are times when bringing a straight male partner to an LGBT event makes us feel unwelcome.