We’ve already touched on the topic of how bisexuality is viewed by society, but we’d like to revisit this topic and talk more specifically about how bisexual people are viewed and treated in different societies and cultures. We’d especially love to hear from those of you who live(d) or traveled in countries other than the USA.
- How are bisexual folks treated/viewed in this region/country/culture?
- How much do non-bi people know about bisexuality?
- What are the definitions of bisexuality used by bi people in this region?
- Any experiences/stories that you’d like to share?
- If you come from a non-English speaking country, what are your sources of information about bisexuality and other bisexual resources?
This topic will be open for 2 weeks, ending on June 21.
How this works:
Create a new post about this topic, tag it #bitalks as the FIRST tag (after the 5th tag, it won’t show up in the tag) We will reblog the posts (except biphobic stuff if that arises), and quality commentary/responses as well (sometimes we miss stuff, so if you want to make sure we reblog your commentary, shoot us a message with the link to it)! We will create a masterpost when this topic closes and credit to tumblr usernames unless otherwise noted in your post. Please tag trigger warnings as necessary. You can also submit your #bitalks posts to Bitopia Magazine. You can do so by e-mailing them: firstname.lastname@example.org Note that you have to be at least 18 years old to do this. (More about our collaboration with Bitopia Magazine here) Thank you!