Why are bisexuals and gender non-conforming peoples the most discriminated against and misunderstood part of the LGBTQ+ community, and what can we do to help them?
They're not, though if you said they were often treated with dismissive attitudes I wouldn't disagree.
Bisexauals and straight passing people have it easy. Though straight passing homos are much more accepted than straight passing bisexuals.
>i disagree with you
>im so persecuted right now!
Bisexuals have the biggest persecution complex too due to having it way too easy.
It's the same thing as well off white christian americans crying about "the war on christmas" or people in California complaining about the weather. You're so well off you need to find things to complain about
>people caring about the Sonic the Hedgehog recolors of the LGBT community
>straight passing people have it easy. Though straight passing homos are much more accepted than straight passing bisexuals.
It's the easiest think in the world being straight passing, just don't act like an unbearable faggot and you're in the clear.
Maybe it's easier for me because I've been a repressed homosexual for so long, random people start thinking I'm gay when I'm out drinking, because according to them I sound gay, and act a little faggy when I'm tipsy.
Nobody takes bisexual men seriously. People usually think they're gays in denial.
Bisexual girls are more accepted because straight guys see in them a potential threesome with another girl. But they're also seen as attention whores by most people.
>gender non-conforming peoples
i mean, if you mean genuinely dysphoric trans people, fair enough. but cause we won't address you as genderfluid or bigender or whatever the fuck? pfft
and really, the only 'discrimination' against bisexuals in a situation where the same would not apply to a homosexual are a few mean comments and homosexual wariness. you're a big anon, surely you can handle that
This is why normal people find homosexuality off putting. Why do I have to act like some kind modern day eunuch and hang around girls like some sideshow of human abnormality.
I don't want to talk faggy, I don't want to have girlish mannerism. Have you seen those professional gays on youtube were there whole channel is about being gay, these people seem horribly shallow, empty and have nothing more to offer than there looks.
I wish there were more gays that acted like bros/friends and not all faggy/girly/cali and shit.
Well people did in the 90's/00's when I was growing up, and I'm stuck in that mindset. Sure I might be out of touch but at least I'm not like those filthy SJW's and snarky straight beta hipsters. I remember indie bullshit being a subculture in the early 00's, now it's mainstream and everyone is a proud indie/hipster bullshitter.
Now it's hip and cool to be gay, queer, heterogenderqueer transnegro or whatever, but not when I was growing up in the 90's and early 20's.
Gender none-conforming people would be more accepted if they wouldn't invent a shit-ton of different and stupid labels for them selves! They are probably the group that suffers the greatest from "special snowflake syndrome". I don't mind people being none-conform, but I can't stand the obnoxious and unnecessary snowflakery.
Selfish, petty, persecution complex (because they feel like they need to compete with gays and lesbians), thinking being bi is an excuse to not be monogamous or that it's impossible for them, attention whoring, tripfagging, androphobia.