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The Commitment: Love, Sex, Marriage, and My Family

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2014

    Savage is BIPHOBIC!!!

    Go to Youtube and type in his name. His stance is that Bisexual is a transitional status, that bi men do not exist, and bi women are hiding in straight relationships. He bases his views on dubious studies and myths Bisexuals have been fighting against for years. Not all bisexuals are vicious disease spreading liars who sleep around. There are monogamous and celibate bisexuals too. As for the bi women hiding thing: He has very little understanding of what Bisexuals go through. Bi women are seen as the ultimate prize by men who bug them about swinging and threesomes or they are threatened. Lesbians treat bi women like they are gross and that they need to be converted. In fact, the whole LGBT moniker has been grossly abused. Many so called LGBT groups say they support Bisexuals, but when Bisexuals try to participate in marches or protests they are told the are not welcome unless they identify as gay or lesbian. How dare Savage or anyone else tell Bisexuals who they are or when, where, and to whom to share their truth!!! People like him are a big part of the reason Bisexuals are victims of hate crimes, suffer from anxiety and depression, are more likely to abuse drugs or alcohol, are likely to be abused by a partner, and are more likely to avoid medical or mental health care. And this just fuels all the right wing, conservatve bigots, some of whom support LG people but who buy into all the misconceptions about Bisexuals and therefore believe they should be erased or deprogrammed. It just makes me sick. If I could I would have marked this 0 stars.

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    Posted January 28, 2011

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