Sex and Stigma: stop slurring, negging and name calling

all sexualities’ are both fetishized and face disinterest

everyone needs to take a breath step back,

learn to accept a no, learn to say no

and mostly, learn to stop naming calling those not interested

not every sexuality is attracted to all others

and there are sexualities that are specific to biological gender

https://www.redbrick.me/why-is-bisexuality-still-so-stigmatized/Why is Bisexuality Still So Stigmatized? | Redbrick CommentComment Editor Phoebe Snedker discusses biphobia and misconceptions about the sexual orientation, arguing that the countless stereotypes have a significant impact on bisexual people and their relationships with others.www.redbrick.me

it is not biphobic nor transphobic to say no to a date.

it is homophobic and transphobic to claim it was reasonable to assault, rape and murder as heterosexual men do in court

Every person is allowed to say no, I am not interested, not attracted.

that is the opposite of a fear, which is what a phobia is.

To not want the difference between hetero, gay or lesbian which is a sexuality mismatch with a bisexual person

and a gender mismatch for heteros, gay men, bisexual males and females and lesbians with persons who are transgender; as an the outward appearance and a mismatch with the gender one desires intimacy and sex with – the clothes away from heterosexual, but combined with the co-opting feminist intersectionality theory and pushing a penis into it; and especially the pornography term cotton ceiling, the confession of fetishization of lesbians, which frustration is not ours to resolve. Human rights recognition is all that is owed – dignity in the public square

and the loss of safe and crisis space for women – such as rape and battered women’s shelters for mostly heterosexual women, but also bisexual and lesbians – and the newly emerging pansexuals

seeking safety from partners who control the language, the financial and relationship decisions, and who cannot accept a no inside or before a relationship even.

and bisexuals having the usual of being thought to be more likely to cheat, while being sought by men for threesomes

each person identifies themself in terms of who they are and who they seek to date.

heterosexuals, gay men, bisexuals and lesbians are clear in that by the words.

the pansexual group is distinct from bisexual and is a word that includes attraction to transpersons

to each group their own label to advertise who a person is seeking to partner with, monogamously or polygamously with informed consent

and anyone who complains they are unable to get dates, need to work on their appeal, not cry fowl, bigotry, name call, complain about stereotypes or social standards, and generally demonstrate what an unappealing and inconsiderate person one is of other people’s human rights and identity

which, a demographic which forms a dating pool, such as lesbians or gay men, everyone is not secretly bisexual or trying to mimick heterosexuality

and a person feeling like they belong is demonstrated by those in the dating pool not including them

and while a person may have a diagnosis of trans, or be uncomfortable with one’s own body – it is not up to any other person to date you and ignore their own senses and own identity to be validator

Lesbians are vagina experts as gay men are penis experts

bisexuals enjoy both, but not a blend of both genders in one body

and bisexuals can date each other, as well as often heterosexuals, gay men and sometimes lesbians, which prior to marriage equality, bisexual women tended to have longer relationships with men, and bisexual men did too.

pansexuals date whoever; because everyone is dating another person.

no one enjoys being a fetish across demographics especially

nonbinary is an emerging demographic which has yet to form a clear recognition in and out of the demographic and males may not self identity out of being part of the gender oppressing women and the majority of the violence and sexual violence threats, any more than women may nonbinary self identify away from potential harm – and no women’s sexuality protects them the socialized and individual male gender caused violence.

Lesbians are not the caretakers and validators of the rest of the letters who are unclear on what lesbian means an apparently are okay with rape culture when no does not mean no anymore but a challenge to escalate to name calling and shaming.

Transpeople are not marginalized by gay and lesbian and bisexuals, but by their population statistics, with most seeking relationships with heterosexual men

Lesbians get to date other lesbians, without being shamed or excluded from the community which is ignoring lesbians have a right to say no to a date with anyone, but also as a demographic to say transwomen are not lesbians and are a category of incel – to be polite, for lesbians, transwomen are clothes from heterosexuality – and transphobia is the hetero justification for rape and murder – so the lesbian no to a date is very much the opposite; and in the case of a transwomen and a lesbian, it is the lesbian who is the rape vulnerable body; especially if denied a no to a date, which means not having a no to sex, which is denied informed consent, a no and by the logic extreme, even the safeword to end sex when the sex is unwanted or the scene includes something not consented to.

We helped Gay men with Aids after the heteros women did not help lesbians after they got reproductive and workplace rights

Lesbians are woman centric, and we have the choice and right to be

without being slurred, shamed or judged for who we do not date

any more than who we do

in fact, everyone needs to stop being bothered because most people are not dating you

and stop being bothered who is dating who

and stop harassing others who have nothing to do with your life nor you theirs

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