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Bisexuality: the-skull-breaker: hell-o, guys ! a double axe for the Pride Knights as a bisexuality symbol, because… you know… axes are cool !
Bisexuality: the-skull-breaker:

hell-o, guys ! a double axe for the Pride Knights as a bisexuality symbol, because… you know… axes are cool !

the-skull-breaker: hell-o, guys ! a double axe for the Pride Knights as a bisexuality symbol, because… you know… axes are cool !

Bisexuality: Hoppy Pride month.!! Lets talk about the word Hev! Isnt bi transphobic? ESEKUAL! No,no. my sweet Ii'l rando! If you like women, and you dont cansider trans women tobe women? That's your damage, not a prob lem with the word "bisexual. " People who dont acknowlege a trans person 's gender identity have their own problem oh Men include trans men. Women include trans women. End Story: bisexvals who are transphobic are justthat transphobl bisexvals. f-f!" Then what about non-binary people? If you like men & women, doesn't that mean you wont date enbies ?? üoodqvestron my darling lovt-chil of misin formahon and biphobia! et me show yov a chart! (yov love charts!) Prefix MeansMy preference is: homoalike genders like mine hetero different genders unlik? mine The of "bi-" May have meant u2Setes in the past,but thats nothow We use it now' Ienders both like and unlike mine bi two pan all all qenders By that defni tron доnt bi -pan mean the Same thmg? Tm non-binory Tt may seem bizarre Por an N8 to be a bisexual ff you misunderstand what "bi"reans. Why not jvst Switeh to "pansexual"than? HonesH« Because was bisexval ffrst 've been bi since! knew it was a thin icou be ! 과 me. ..ke it. This is the So you think peopl« shouldnt USe "pan. Notatall, ny precious, \ bigges+ and imaginaj mostdangerous misconcaption COUnter- arqument! li |8i & Pan are not enemies' They're not at odds with One anothir. They co-exist bec ause langvage is rneSSy No! Language arvund gender and sexuality changes fast And it will continve to change.' where wil the JermS ikvse today be To mornow In a year? In Ave years? trangvestite franssexual transgender trans trans-* LußT l G BTQ LGBT4RTA Gsm Qveer (Heck, I ivst learned about "allo" 29 In conclusion / TtS oka to be bi! Bi-^ Pan- can Co-exist peacafully! And don't asSume bisexvals are trans or NO exclusionam! I love Resist AssiSt AlwaysSurvive respec peoples identities./Ko«/Mchzle bllIT koricomics: A little sketch comic about how bisexuality is totally cool and good and not bad. The format is cliché!  I know.  But it makes it easy to talk about things I want to talk about.  Thanks for reading! (I shouldn’t have to say this, but since a lot of people wanted to educate me on twitter: The words listed in panel seven [yes even in the parentheticals!] are just examples of how often acceptable language around gender and sexuality changes.  They are not lists of synonymous words, and many of them are now considered unacceptable.  That’s why they’re on the list. That’s what the list IS. I know.)
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Bisexuality: Hoppy Pride month.!!
 Lets talk about the word
 Hev! Isnt bi
 transphobic?
 ESEKUAL!
 No,no.
 my sweet
 Ii'l rando!
 If you like women, and you dont cansider
 trans women tobe women? That's your damage,
 not a prob lem with the word "bisexual. "
 People who dont acknowlege a trans person 's
 gender identity have their own problem
 oh
 Men include trans men.
 Women include trans women.
 End Story:
 bisexvals who are
 transphobic are justthat
 transphobl bisexvals.
 f-f!"

 Then what about
 non-binary people?
 If you like men & women,
 doesn't that mean
 you wont date
 enbies ??
 üoodqvestron
 my darling lovt-chil
 of misin formahon
 and biphobia!
 et me show
 yov a chart!
 (yov love charts!)
 Prefix MeansMy preference is:
 homoalike genders like mine
 hetero different genders unlik? mine
 The
 of "bi-"
 May have
 meant
 u2Setes
 in the
 past,but
 thats
 nothow
 We use
 it now'
 Ienders both like
 and unlike mine
 bi
 two
 pan
 all
 all qenders
 By that
 defni tron
 доnt bi -pan
 mean the
 Same thmg?

 Tm non-binory
 Tt may seem bizarre
 Por an N8 to be a
 bisexual ff you
 misunderstand
 what "bi"reans.
 Why not jvst Switeh
 to "pansexual"than?
 HonesH«
 Because was
 bisexval ffrst
 've been bi since!
 knew it was a thin
 icou be ! 과
 me. ..ke it.
 This is the
 So you
 think
 peopl«
 shouldnt
 USe "pan.
 Notatall,
 ny precious, \ bigges+ and
 imaginaj
 mostdangerous
 misconcaption
 COUnter-
 arqument!
 li
 |8i & Pan are
 not enemies'
 They're not
 at odds with
 One anothir.
 They co-exist
 bec ause
 langvage
 is rneSSy
 No!

 Language arvund gender and
 sexuality changes fast And it
 will continve to change.'
 where
 wil the
 JermS ikvse
 today be
 To mornow
 In a year?
 In Ave
 years?
 trangvestite
 franssexual
 transgender
 trans
 trans-*
 LußT
 l G BTQ
 LGBT4RTA
 Gsm
 Qveer
 (Heck,
 I ivst
 learned
 about "allo"
 29
 In conclusion / TtS oka
 to be bi! Bi-^ Pan- can
 Co-exist peacafully! And
 don't asSume bisexvals are
 trans or NO exclusionam!
 I love
 Resist
 AssiSt
 AlwaysSurvive
 respec
 peoples
 identities./Ko«/Mchzle
 bllIT
koricomics:
A little sketch comic about how bisexuality is totally cool and good and not bad.
The format is 

cliché!  I know.  But it makes it easy to talk about things I want to talk about.  Thanks for reading!
(I shouldn’t have to say this, but since a lot of people wanted to educate me on twitter: The words listed in panel seven [yes even in the parentheticals!] are just examples of how often acceptable language around gender and sexuality changes.  They are not lists of synonymous words, and many of them are now considered unacceptable.  That’s why they’re on the list. That’s what the list IS. I know.)

koricomics: A little sketch comic about how bisexuality is totally cool and good and not bad. The format is cliché!  I know.  But it ma...

Bisexuality: trickym00n: shiraglassman:Magical Cat of Bisexuality @413kitty
Bisexuality: trickym00n:

shiraglassman:Magical Cat of Bisexuality

@413kitty

trickym00n: shiraglassman:Magical Cat of Bisexuality @413kitty

Bisexuality: Issue 7- Bisexualit Music: Music in Commercials Personality: Jung & Bisexuality Psych in news Exploring Mental Health: Staying Mentally Well Over Summer Animal: Spatial Cognition in Animals Significant Person: Camille Claudel Opinion Piece: A Cross-Cultural View of Bisexuality LGBT: Bi-Erasure and Its Effects Child: Piaget Psych Myths: Bisexual Doesn't Equal Polyamorous Media Review: Beauty and the Beast Forensic: Competency to Stand Trial vs Criminal Responsibility Psych2Go: Dreams Neuropsychology: Vision Science Career Tips: Tips For Your First Internship Social: Why Those Born Bisexual Have The Most Open Mind When It Comes To Falling In Love Special Needs: 5 Portrayals of Developmental Disorders in Media Creative Writing #1 & #2 Community Submission: The Effect of Stigma on a psych2go: We’re very pleased to announce the titles of the articles for issue 7 of our quarterly magazine! As previously announced, the topic will be Bisexuality as part of our gender and sexuality series. Bisexuality is the most common identity in the LGBT community - with 5% of men, and 3 % of women identifying as bisexual (Kinsey Institute, 2007). Despite this however, bisexual’s still experience a lot of stigma and misunderstanding, and this comes from both within the LGBT community and outside of it (Roberts, Home Hoyt, 2015). People who are bisexual experience the highest rates of violence, suicide, poverty and discrimination. 60% of bisexuals have experienced biphobia in the work place, and they are 6 times more likely to be closeted than homosexuals (Understanding Issues Facing American Bisexuals). There are many myths about bisexuality and people who are bisexual that feed into these high rates of violence and discrimination. Some of the most prevalent being that bisexuals are just greedy, confused or attention-seeking, the idea that polyamory and bisexuality are the same thing, the idea that they are immune to discrimination due to being “straight-passing”, the idea that bi-erasure is no big deal, and the idea that bisexuality is a phase.We believe that by raising awareness about bisexuality, issues that bisexuals face, and also how these myths are incorrect we can help tackle the core of what some bisexuals face. This is why we’ve decided on bisexuality for our awareness topic for this issue. We address some of these myths in our magazine - for example in the “Myths” section we explore the myth that bisexuality and polyamory are the same thing. In the LGBT section we explore the very real effects of bi-erasure. And in our Community Submission section we explore the effects stigma (such as biphobia) has on a person. As well as this we also have many other great topics from psychology, including How To Stay Mentally Well Over Summer, and Piaget’s Theory of Child Development.If you would like to pre-order this magazine, and help support us in our mission to raise awareness for the topics that really matter to yourselves and us, check out our Patreon hereTogether we can make the world a better place.
Bisexuality: Issue 7- Bisexualit
 Music: Music in Commercials
 Personality: Jung & Bisexuality
 Psych in news
 Exploring Mental Health: Staying Mentally Well Over
 Summer
 Animal: Spatial Cognition in Animals
 Significant Person: Camille Claudel
 Opinion Piece: A Cross-Cultural View of Bisexuality
 LGBT: Bi-Erasure and Its Effects
 Child: Piaget
 Psych Myths: Bisexual Doesn't Equal Polyamorous
 Media Review: Beauty and the Beast
 Forensic: Competency to Stand Trial vs Criminal
 Responsibility
 Psych2Go: Dreams
 Neuropsychology: Vision Science
 Career Tips: Tips For Your First Internship
 Social: Why Those Born Bisexual Have The Most Open
 Mind When It Comes To Falling In Love
 Special Needs: 5 Portrayals of Developmental Disorders
 in Media
 Creative Writing #1 & #2
 Community Submission: The Effect of Stigma on a
psych2go:

We’re very pleased to announce the titles of the articles for issue 7 of our quarterly magazine! As previously announced, the topic will be Bisexuality as part of our gender and sexuality series. Bisexuality is the most common identity in the LGBT community - with 5% of men, and 3 % of women identifying as bisexual (Kinsey Institute, 2007). Despite this however, bisexual’s still experience a lot of stigma and misunderstanding, and this comes from both within the LGBT community and outside of it (Roberts, Home  Hoyt, 2015). People who are bisexual experience the highest rates of violence, suicide, poverty and discrimination. 60% of bisexuals have experienced biphobia in the work place, and they are 6 times more likely to be closeted than homosexuals (Understanding Issues Facing American Bisexuals). There are many myths about bisexuality and people who are bisexual that feed into these high rates of violence and discrimination. Some of the most prevalent being that bisexuals are just greedy, confused or attention-seeking, the idea that polyamory and bisexuality are the same thing, the idea that they are immune to discrimination due to being “straight-passing”, the idea that bi-erasure is no big deal, and the idea that bisexuality is a phase.We believe that by raising awareness about bisexuality, issues that bisexuals face, and also how these myths are incorrect we can help tackle the core of what some bisexuals face. This is why we’ve decided on bisexuality for our awareness topic for this issue. We address some of these myths in our magazine - for example in the “Myths” section we explore the myth that bisexuality and polyamory are the same thing. In the LGBT section we explore the very real effects of bi-erasure. And in our Community Submission section we explore the effects stigma (such as biphobia) has on a person. As well as this we also have many other great topics from psychology, including How To Stay Mentally Well Over Summer, and Piaget’s Theory of Child Development.If you would like to pre-order this magazine, and help support us in our mission to raise awareness for the topics that really matter to yourselves and us, check out our Patreon hereTogether we can make the world a better place.

psych2go: We’re very pleased to announce the titles of the articles for issue 7 of our quarterly magazine! As previously announced, the...