Sister article

Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. I gotta get my hands on this book, too. I will say, however, that the previous article does fill in the blanks in the male end fairly well- female fluidity, I think, has a direct effect on male fluidity. Definitely need to look for that connection because I think it might be starting there. Once we’re released from the ridiculous constructs we’ve built around us, then we can start to learn who we really are. No more patriarchy, no more homophobia, no more racism or sexism or social class or beauty standards. No more religion. Let it all go and I think the orientation mess will take care of itself. And all these issues are being addressed right now, all of them are being challenged. Too cool. Too fucking cool.

Bring on the evolution!

“As Diamond writes, “More women adopted bisexual/unlabeled identities than relinquished these identities; few bisexual/unlabeled women ended up identifying as lesbian or heterosexual. Overall, the most commonly adopted identity was ‘unlabeled.’” (YES!!!)


~ by hln351 on March 3, 2015.

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