May 5, 2012 / 5 notes

I made a post about this a while ago, but the problem hasn’t been resolved yet. A lot of my friends are gay males (and a few lesbians) and I hear a tonne of biphobic comments (often questioning the existence of bisexuality, particularly in men, and saying that if it’s real, it’s just an “excuse to be slutty”) from them and I really don’t know how to approach the situation. I can’t speak from experience, but I do have a couple bisexual friends who become really uncomfortable with this blatant bigotry. 

I’m unsure as to how to deal with this behaviour without being too rude about it, although it’s pretty fucking hard to not be angry, especially since these people are generally so open minded and understanding. Does anyone have any ideas?

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    It’s OK to be a bit rude: they’re being rude by being biphobic. Tell them, calmly and firmly, that it’s not OK to...
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