And if you’re a bisexual woman or non-binary person who experiences misogyny, I’m writing this especially for you.Many of these myths affect bisexual people of all genders, but their patriarchal roots have a specific impact on women and other people who are pushed into society’s idea of what a woman is “supposed” to be.However, there remain a few hurdles to finding love, among them the fact that the very definition of bisexuality is under debate.Bisexuality may be defined as “romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior toward both males and females, or romantic or sexual attraction to people of any sex or gender identity.” The latter may be considered as a separate orientation, that being pansexuality.
Breaking down those two misconceptions should be relatively simple.
For many of them, it may be easier to simply omit the fact that they’re bisexual rather than tackle biphobia.
And, in some cases, it’s a matter of personal safety.
Many of the stereotypes and assumptions about bisexuals are wildly inaccurate, and often also offensive.
Of them, “wow, you’re bi, you must not have any trouble finding a date” is both.