uh i’m glad that my arguments are good but like
but can we not throw gay/lesbian folks under the bus??
like. i get what you’re saying, and i know that there are plenty of gay/lesbian folks who are biphobic but….
i can’t even articulate why the concept of monosexual privilege bothers me so much so if someone else wants to chime in i’m kind of getting burnt out.
p. sure @desidere has said before that “monosexual” lumps together gay men, lesbian women, and heterosexual men and women (and genderqueer/nonbinary people of a monosexual alignment) into one group that elides very important difference between those groups (like, gay men have male privilege which colors their interactions wtih bi people, which is not the case with lesbians, etc.). There are crucial differences between the groups that “monosexual” umbrellas over and it is gross to gloss over those differences to defend oneself against accusations of straight-passing privilege from other members of the lgbt community who don’t have that privilege.
ppl on this website be like your grades don’t measure your intelligence but whether or not you drink tea and like dr. who does
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