In this a new video from Buzzfeed, people identifying as gay sit down with people identifying as bisexual in order to better understand their unique position in the world.
From the treatment they experience at the hands of gays and lesbians in the larger spectrum of the queer community to the way that bisexuals are perceived by the world at large, these individuals unpack the complicated reality of bisexual identity in 2016.
“Bisexual women, specifically, get a lot of hate from the lesbian community because we get like labeled ‘greedy.”
So what are your burning questions bisexuals for bisexual people?
From Twin dates, to ex-girlfriend interruptions, straight-girl dating, to Ladies with the same-name as you – dating in the lesbian world can be a trick thing.
Brittany Ashley outlines the dilemmas of dating lesbians in this great new sketch. And check out cameos from a whole host of our favourite web-based lesbians – #hashtag‘s Caitlin Bergh & Laura Zak, The Better Half‘s Amy Jackson Lewis & Lindsay Hicks, and even AfterEllen‘s chief editor, Trish Bendix, gets a spot.
So, you haven’t seen your ex girlfriend since your breakup and now she’s asked you to meet up. You happily(ish) oblige… You’re excited, yet nervous – full of hope, and at the same time, weary of what might happen. You’ll want to kick them and screw them (grab the body that doesn’t belong to you anymore), and any conversation you have will feel like nails on a chalkboard.
You’ll say the words “Good. Really Good. Jobs. Work. Weather,” and they will not mean a thing to you, because when you’re having a conversation and both parties know it’s BS, a thickness develops with each and every single word.
Sadly most of us have been there, so great news we’re not alone in this.
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