Friendly reminder that we should be focused on what an amazing musician/performer he was instead of his sexuality because in retrospect it doesn’t fucking matter.
Friendly reminder that bisexual people are constantly marginalized, erased, and discriminated against purely on their sexuality; that bisexual people have little to no positive media icons to focus on because bisexual people in media are portrayed as indecisive or ‘actually gay/lesbian’ or portrayed as cheaters or greedy sex-a-holics because no one believes bisexuality is real; that so many known and even unknown people prefer not to come out as bisexual due to society’s backlash against them; that part of Freddie Mercury’s identity and person was that he was bisexual; that having such a positive and wonderful and successful icon to look up to matters to a lot of bisexual (and pansexual) people; and that by trying to take away a positive amazing icon away from bisexual people makes you a biphobic dickwad and that you should really go home and think about what you’ve done.
My activity levels have no range. I’m either at it’s a work out day, or it’s a I’m-not-moving-and-I’d-prefer-you-don’t-talk-at-me day.
"I have nothing against bisexuals, but…"
"I’m not biphobic, but…"
"I’m not bi, but I think bisexuals should…"
"In order to be accepted, bi people need to…"
"Has diversity in gaming gone too far?" Yes, clearly this drop to only 98% of games having straight white men as main characters is unacceptable.
Somehow I ended up with a friend, who may be getting engaged soon, at a jewelry shop so she could get her ring finger sized . Then by association mine was sized as well. Apparently my ring finger is a size 5 and a half, which the jeweler seemed to think was small. To all of my anonymous suitors out there, keep in mind that I’m allergic to nickel. Try to stick with variations of gold and platinum. Or just do your research. Keepin’ the never-gonna-happen fantasy alive.~