Tag Archives: bisexuality

Being Bi/Ace, Part Two: Aesthetic Attraction and the Visual-Aural Gender Split

This post is for the May 2018 Carnival of Aces on “Nuance & Complexity,” which I am hosting. Please check it out and consider submitting! Cross-posted to Prismatic Entanglements. Last time I talked about how there’s a lot of extra scrutiny about … Continue reading

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Being Bi/Ace, Part One: Scrutiny About Attraction and the Kinsey Scale

This post is for the May 2018 Carnival of Aces on “Nuance & Complexity,” which I am hosting. Please check it out and consider submitting! Cross-posted to Prismatic Entanglements. I have some frustrations with the way that attraction is discussed … Continue reading

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Erasure: What’s the Harm?

This was originally posted on my personal blog, but since I’ve been too busy to write, I’ve dug it up for you. The Oppression Olympics is a game you play when you want to dismiss other people’s problems because they … Continue reading

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Not to be confused with fluidity

One of my pet peeves is when people mix up the following things: 1. Being between orientations 2. Fluidity in orientation Because I am gray-A, I am between orientations.  That does not necessarily mean that I am fluidly switching back … Continue reading

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