Alex Blaze

Wednesday question

Filed By Alex Blaze | July 11, 2007 2:52 PM | comments

Filed in: Living

In order to provide you all with some much needed and very literal Podenfreude, here's a question that only one of the most vocally spoiled people in country could ask regarding the HRC sponsored presidential debate:

L is Lesbian. G is Gay. B is Bisexual. T is transgender.

What, pray tell, are the public policy aspects of bisexuality that require a debate at the presidential level? Oh, man, I hope there are some bisexual questions from the audience.

So what's the answer?

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Zach Adamson | July 12, 2007 7:41 AM

How about, whether or not they exist? I hear alot about them, but every time I meet one.. guys anyway.. they end up being gay gay gay with a healthy dose of internalized homophobia... I have a small test I put my "BI" male friends through. You'll have to ask me about it sometime.

Greyfeather | July 12, 2007 12:08 PM

Of course we exist! Asking the question is an insult. In animals and an humans Bi's are a larger percentage of populations than either "gay-binary". But we have only recently been acknowledged as a community or become aware of it ourselves

how about the same exact aspects that would concern lesbian, gay or trangendered people? is that so hard a concept to grasp?

oh, but i forgot. bisexuals are just 'confused' or 'on the fence'. we're all ridiculously promiscuous, too. almost forgot that one. (sorry if i got any sarcasm on you.)

as a bisexual, it really saddens me to many times feel like a pariah on both sides.

A. J. Lopp | July 13, 2007 12:18 AM
What, pray tell, are the public policy aspects of bisexuality that require a debate at the presidential level?

Well, here's one: If America has its first openly bisexual president, does that mean there will be a First Lady and a First Man residing in the White House at the same time? Will we need to add an extra bedroom?

There is a difference between being bisexual and being promiscious.