This bisexual manifesto says it all: why, even if people who identify as bisexual don’t conform to expected behaviors or stereotypes, their sexual identities are still valid and to be respected. Thanks to @DavidForbes for the link.
Jeana Jorgensen, PhD recently completed her doctoral degree in folklore and gender studies at Indiana University. She studies fairy tales and other narratives, dance, body art, feminist theory, digital humanities, and gender identity.
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