When she came out as bisexual in the ’70s, the LGBT community treated it as a phase, she said.
“It was the fence-sitter rhetoric, a bi epithet that, ‘You don’t know where you are going to wind up, so it wouldn’t be good to have a relationship with you because you can’t be trusted,’” Queen said.
him.” Then she marries him and in the not-too-distant future she becomes…well, miserable.
She’ll then come to someone like me for counseling.
And while everyone makes mistakes, some mistakes have consequences and ramifications that can follow us for the rest of our lives.
Granted, God doesn’t hold our past mistakes against us if we come to him in true repentance, but those mistakes can still have consequences that may negatively affect our future relationships, particularly in a marriage.
“These bad experiences get overgeneralized and therefore become barriers.
At one time, she called herself a lesbian to get a girlfriend.
That stereotype has been undercut by a 10-year study by University of Utah psychologist Lisa M.
Fear or hatred of bisexuals, biphobia, as it’s called, is surprisingly, flagrantly robust in the land of rainbow flags.
While there might be a considerable number of women looking for women here, many lesbians aren’t shy about treating bi women with skepticism, distrust or rejection.
For San Francisco lesbian Zena Ah Chin, that’s happened more than once, and an ex-girlfriend told her that dating men was just easier.