Content Warning: racism

Let’s talk about the intersectionality of race and bisexuality. Yes, we’re doing this big scary topic. Remain calm, I promise it’s not as intimidating as it sounds. Depending on the race and/or ethnicity you identify with your experience as a bisexual can be very different. This experience can come with its own unique benefits and its own unique struggles. We here at BiTalks want to hear your story.

Here are some questions to help you get started if needed. Feel free to answer the ones you would like, and please feel more than welcome to respond to this topic in your own way.

  • Do you feel that your racial/ethnic identity is often represented in the bi community? How does this affect you/make you feel?
  • What are some ways you feel your racial/ethnic identity influences your interaction with others in the bi community? - - Positively or negatively? Both?
  • Within your racial/ethnic group do you feel they are accepting of the bisexual community? Explain if you can.
  • Do you feel that your racial/ethnic identity has influenced how open you are with your sexuality?
  • Do any aspects of your culture make connecting with the bi community easier? More difficult?

This topic ends on December 13.

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: Note that you have to be at least 18 years old to do this.

Thank you!

Previous topic masterpost here