Yea it’s clearly our “generation that’s making homosexuality a trend.” Seriously, pisses me off when people say that. look at this! It’s always been around, it’s not a trend, it’s real. It’s beautiful.

These are really beautiful images.

History Lesson: In America from about 1700-1920 there was a social rule that said that women did not have a sex drive. According to men, all women ever were asexual and only ever had sex because their husbands wanted it and as a good doting wife they would open up for him. That said, lesbians flourished in this time! Because it was believed that women did not have sex, when two women would share a house and finances together (called a Boston Marriage, look it up!) nobody thought anything of it. Because clearly they werent homosexuals since clearly women were incapable of being independently sexual. The more you know!

Just a bunch of gals bein pals


Amandla Stenberg comes out as bisexual




Last night, Amandla Stenberg came out as bisexual in a powerful message via the Teen Vogue Snapchat:

“I wanna thank Teen Vogue for giving me this opportunity, I cannot stress enough how important representation is, so the concept that I can provide for other black girls is mind-blowing. It’s a really really hard thing to be silenced, and it’s deeply bruising to fight against your identity and just mold yourself into shapes that you just shouldn’t be in. As someone who identifies as a black bisexual woman, I’ve been through it, and it hurts and it’s awkward and it’s uncomfortable. But then I realized: because of Solange and Ava Duvernay and Willow and all the black girls watching this right now, there’s absolutely nothing but change. We cannot be suppressed. We are meant to express our joy and our love and our tears, to be big and bold and definitely not easy to swallow. I definitely believe in the concept of rebellion through selfhood, and rebellion through embracing your true identity, no matter what you’re being told. Here I am, being myself; and it’s hard and vulnerable, and it’s definitely a process, but I’m learning and growing. Thank you for supporting me and doing this, and thank you to Teen Vogue. This is just the beginning, though; we have a lot of work to do for all women of color. We need more representation in film and television. We need our voices to be louder in the media. And not just women of color — bisexual women, gay women, transgender women, mentally ill women. I’m sick of all the misogyny and homophobia and transphobia that I see around me, and I know you are too. Thank you for listening and goodnight.”


protect her

I love this child

Amandla Stenberg comes out as bisexual









Aela the Huntress from Skyrim is a lesbian.

You can marry her as either male or female, so she’s bisexual, if you have to put a label on it.

She also was in love with, I forget his name, but he was another Companion.


Thanks @videogamelesbianism. Because bisexuality isn’t ignored in favour of pushing other sexualities enough already.

this is a blog made by a lesbian for other lesbians! I post headcanons from other lesbians! If you want a blog focusing on bisexual characters, make it. That is literally, 100% of what I did.

This blog is 100% submission based and I post 99% of the submissions I get. The other 1% being submissions of non-video game characters.

I am not erasing bi characters by giving lesbians a space in which to share their head canons.

it is not bi erasure for lesbians to think characters they like and relate to are also lesbians.

If you are calling a Bisexual character a lesbian- then you are in fact – erasing her Bisexuality, making her “choose” a side. That is bi-erasure, and the fact that your blog has a history of erasing what little representation Bisexuals has makes you a Biphobe. 

It does not matter if your blog is submission based, you are the webmaster of it and you ultimately decide what is acceptable for your blog and what isn’t. You decided that bisexual erasure is 100% ok for your blog, that is your decision and it is why you are biphobic. 



I hate to be the unfriendly mean bisexual girl here to rain
on everyone’s parade. But I truly do think a lot of you are straight. I know
that it’s not nice to question someone else’s sexuality but it seems to me that
a lot of “bisexual girls” on tumblr are confusing attraction to a woman with
admiration to a woman. You can admire women and love them with great affection
but if you wouldn’t fuck a woman, if you wouldn’t go down on another woman and
feel 100% good about it, you’re not bisexual. But I think a lot of you are just
pretending to be bi for oppression points online so that you can hate on
lesbians who say mean things about you that don’t actually apply to you because
you’re not genuinely bi.

*cough* biromantics are still valid and not straight *cough cough* you have no way to tell what a stranger on the internet does, or wants to do, in bed.  *cough chough cough* stop assuming you know about someone’s sex life from a few tumblr posts *aggressive hacking noise* BIROMATICS ARE STILL VALID AND NOT “STRAIGHT” 

you can fuck off now.

(This posts also comes off has hella acephobic.)

people you probably didn’t know were non-monosexual*



  • 1. James Dean, actor
  • 2. Brendon Urie, singer
  • 3. Harry Styles, singer
  • 4. Josh Hutcherson, actor
  • 5. Sia Furler, singer
  • 6. Virginia Woolf, writer
  • 7. Anne Frank, diarist
  • 8. Shailene Woodley, actress
  • 9. Cara Delevingne, model
  • 10. Dylan Klebold
  • 11. Shane Dawson, youtuber
  • 12. Naya Rivera, actress, singer
  • 13. Frank Ocean, musician
  • 14. Lady Gaga, singer
  • 15. Tom Daley, diver
  • 16. Alain Delon, actor
  • 17. Miley Cyrus, singer
  • 18. Aileen Wuornos
  • 19. Billie Joe Armstrong, singer
  • 20. Janis Joplin, singer
  • 21. Amber Heard, actress
  • 22. Marlon Brando, actor
  • 23. Angelina Jolie. actress
  • 24. Megan Fox, actress
  • 25. Halsey, singer
  • 26. Montgomery Clift, actor
  • 27. Ezra Miller, actor
  • 28. Edith Piaf, singer
  • 29. Alan Cumming, actor
  • 30. Amber Rose, musician
  • 31. P!nk, singer
  • 32. Drew Barrymore, actress
  • 33. David Bowie, singer
  • 34. Lindsay Lohan, actress
  • 35. Anthony Perkins, actor
  • 36. Brian Molko. singer
  • 37. Calvin Klein, designer
  • 38. Rudolph Valentino, actor
  • 39. Sarah Paulson, actress
  • 40. Jessie J, singer
  • 41. Amy Winehouse. singer
  • 42. Gillian Anderson, actress
  • 43. Ke$ha, singer
  • 44. Dita von Teese, burlesque dancer
  • 45. Fergie, singer
  • 46. Evan Rachel Wood, actress


is romantic or sexual attraction to members of one sex or gender only. 

Isn’t that called being straight?

^ no.

people you probably didn’t know were non-monosexual*