The other day sweetie and I were out with friends. We happened upon a conversation that has got me to thinking, and its been a while since I’ve written (and I miss it, and you) so thanks for indulging me in my wondering out loud with you.
So we were with these really smart, quite savvy, quite supremely awesome friends when one asks something like: look, I have a fair amount of understanding with the GLB part of the LGBT community, but I’m sort of stuck and feeling like I need some help with the Ts—can I ask you about it?
“Well of course you can” we said, although not being a Ts we suggested that perhaps they could talk to the T persons directly, especially if they knew that you were not asking to be an ass, and were really wanting to help or understand better. It might be a really kind thing to do actually.
So, it got me to thinking; as an openly bisexual person who sees a lot of horrible stereotypes out there, I wonder if you, dear friends, readers, random people searching the interwebs, have any questions about what it means (for me, I can’t speak for all bi people) to be bisexual? What kind of stereotypes to you see about bisexual folks? Do you wonder how I can still be bi and be married? Is being bi about sex mostly or is it something else? Do you wonder why not just settle on being one or the other—why be both? What kind of questions do you have lurking and just have not had a place to ask them?
So, its open forum time. Leave me a comment, send me a note or email. Ask me what you have been just dying to know about. No holds barred (unless you are an asshole or are abusive, I don’t respond well to those requests) ask away, anything. As the questions come in, I’ll post. And if you don’t ask, I’ll probably make something up so I don’t have to look like a lonely jerk (read, please ask).