Anonymous said: Do you count people who are biromantic but not bisexual as part of the bi community? I'm asexual biromantic and I've always considered myself part of the community, should I stop?
Of course you are part of the bi community! Biromantic asexuals are always welcome in the community and in fact make up a big and important part of it, if anybody says you are not part of our community I’ll go and fight them. I’m serious, I will literally fight people who say biromantic asexuals should stop being part of our community, I mean it I have hard things I can throw at them, let’s go
^^^ What they said. Always defend our Ace + Biromantic members of the Bisexual Community.
^^^ Whether you’re an asexual biromantic or a bisexual aromantic, you are part of our community! If your romantic and/or sexual orientation is bi, you belong. Anyone who tries to tell you otherwise is being both biphobic and acephobic, which isn’t cool. No bi person likes being told ‘you can’t be bi because x’, and it’s something pretty much every one of us bis has experienced, and thus we all should know better!
Actual problems with feminism
- excluding POC, mogai, disabled and especially trans women
- ignoring issues that do not involve the U.S
- not realizing that feminism is for women to realize that they can do what they want and thrashing women who are feminine or wear religious attire
Not problems of feminism
- one teenage girl saying she hates men because 5 men catcalled her while walking home from school
People who use a lack of education to justify subjecting poor people to poverty are fucking revolting. They’ve invented a system wherein poor people cannot obtain a quality education because they are poor and then they use that lack of education to justify their continued poverty. It’s self-sustaining, vile, oppressive, and a fundamental tenet of modern American conservativism.
we’ve taught girls to romanticise nearly everything a boy does. when i was younger i thought it was cute that boys chased the girl even after she said no. i loved it when after a girl moved away from a kiss, the guy would pull her back and force it on. i thought a guy saying ‘i won’t take a no for an answer’ was passionate and romantic. we’re literally always teaching girls to romanticise abusive traits.