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They claim that identifying as bisexual is tantamount to saying trans* people don't exist, or that you're not attracted to them, or that you're only into masculine men and feminine women.
However many people using the identity "bisexual" disagree.
And why don't the critics of the word also have a go at people using "heterosexual" or "homosexual" on the grounds of the words being In fact many people say there's more than two genders, but if two options are either "similar to me" or "different to me" then we think it's clear that "both" can refer to those two options rather than two perceived sexes.
A lot of myths and misconceptions surround it though. We call this our "Bisexuality FAQ", but you may notice there's not many questions on it.
In truth the most commonly asked questions are "Are you sure? " - but the answers to those are quite short - yes and you tell me.
The Kinsey Scale rates people's experiences from heterosexual to homosexual and has in the middle "equally heterosexual and homosexual", and sadly a lot of people have heard that bisexuality is the middle of the scale, when in fact the scale doesn't mention 'bi' at all.
We prefer to think of bisexuality as being like the English Channel, you get wet as soon as you start swimming from Dover and can't dry off until Calais, no matter how deep it is beneath you!
Some of us are only attracted to 5% of one gender, and 60% of the other - you don't need to be 50/50 or have those add up to 100.