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Biphobia, Bisexuality, Angelina Jolie



The fencesitters? Suspicions still haunt the bi/homo divide
by Cheryl Dobinson, creator of "The Fence" (a bi women's zine)

Great quote from article (IMHO):
She (Sharon Larade, lesbian) thinks that part of the reason for negativity and skepticism about bisexuality is people's internalized homophobia.

"It's like when straight people encounter gay people and then get insecure and have to show they aren't gay by being homophobic," says Larade. "There is an exclusionary hierarchy, where gay and lesbian is 'more pure.'

"We all have a responsibility to educate and inform ourselves and each other and to push each other a bit around this," says Larade.

She doesn't think that bisexuals should be the ones who have to make it happen. Cultivating an openness and acceptance across the gay/bi divide is all our of work.

check here for links to Bi Magazines, ect.


Good Read: Biphobia in the GLBT community from a bi man’s point of view (amptoons)


And in honor of Fritz Klein (who gave a damn good hug),
wonder no more if
thou art bisexual!

FREE Online Bisexual Test!


And last but not least, the FREEPS are keeping track of Jolie as well...
Angelina's Girlie Sex (Angelina Jolie Bisexual)

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