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Study: We Don’t Hate Bisexuals Enough

Posted on | December 8, 2016 | 2 Comments


“Never Trust a Bisexual,” as I have previously warned, and this is an important warning because bisexuality has been increasing in recent years among young people. You can blame the Obama administration’s policies or the plague of Third-Wave feminism on college campuses, but whatever the cause of this phenomenon, the danger is real, and those sneaky bisexuals are not suffering as much hate as they deserve:

Among LGBT Americans, bisexuals stand out
when it comes to identity, acceptance

Compared with gay men and lesbians, bisexuals have a different perspective on their sexual orientation and a distinct set of experiences, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center survey of nearly 1,200 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults. . . .
Bisexuals are also much less likely than gay men or lesbians to have “come out” to the important people in their life. Only 28% of bisexuals say all or most of the important people in their life know they are bisexual. . . .
Relatively few bisexuals report that they have experienced discrimination because of their sexual orientation. . . .
There’s also a sense among all LGBT adults that society is more accepting of bisexual women than it is of gay men, lesbians or bisexual men. A third of LGBT adults say there is a lot of acceptance for bisexual women. Fewer (25%) say there’s a lot of acceptance for lesbian women, and fewer still see a lot of acceptance for gay men (15%) and bisexual men (8%). . . .

Let me interrupt here to say that “acceptance for bisexual women” is (a) a bad idea, which is (b) caused by the Internet pornography epidemic. The online tsunami of that nasty stuff has popularized all kinds of bad ideas, including anal sex, BDSM, transgenderism and, of course, the bisexual ménage-à-trois fantasy. This particular kinky idea was popularized in the 1970s by Penthouse magazine, and then in the 1980s by VHS porn videos, so that “lesbian” came to connote two really hot girls going at it for the voyeuristic satisfaction of a guy who, as spectator, imagined himself also as a participant in this scene. Over the past 20 years, the Internet has unleashed the hounds of hell in this regard.

Guys, wake up: There is a reason this is called a “fantasy.”

In reality, (a) lesbians have zero interest in having some weirdo guy participate in their intimacies, (b) most actual lesbians look nothing like those hot girls going at it on video, and (c) if you talk your girlfriend into fulfilling your ménage-à-trois fantasy, this greatly increases the likelihood of her becoming your ex-girlfriend. Maybe you think monogamy and normal sex are boring, but what if your girlfriend — pressured by you into doing a threesome to “spice up” your sex life — decides that she prefers a twosome, minus you? Being normal may be boring, but it’s better than being alone, and I could tell you about guys who learned that lesson the hard way. Now, back to the research:

Bisexuals are much more likely than gay men or lesbians to be married, and most have a spouse of the opposite sex. Roughly a third (32%) of the bisexual women in our survey were married, as were 23% of bisexual men. . . .
Only 9% of bisexuals have same-sex partners; fully 84% are involved with someone of the opposite sex.

See what I’m talking about? Bisexuals are less likely to “come out,” preferring to operate in stealth predator mode, avoiding “discrimination” by concealing themselves in ostensibly heterosexual relationships. My friend Cynthia Yockey, the Conservative Lesbian, was the one who originally warned me about what we may call The Bisexual Menace.

If lesbians understand this — bisexuals are untrustworthy, selfish and emotionally unstable — why do bisexuals suffer less discrimination? Mainly it’s their success at operating in stealth-predator mode, but it’s also because these sneaky freaks have allied themselves with the LGBT coalition, as opportunistic passengers on the bandwagon of “tolerance.”

My habit of sarcastic hyperbole may lead readers to suppose that I am being entirely humorous here, but aside from my jocular pose as a notorious hater — just ask the SPLC, which still hasn’t caught on to this — there is nevertheless a real danger of too much “tolerance.” Some of us have long memories, and it took about a dozen years to go from the Stonewall riot to the AIDS epidemic. That interval, which we might call The Disco Decade, was very tolerant of a lot of things that, in hindsight, never should have been tolerated. You can read Randy Shilts’ history of the AIDS epidemic, And the Band Played On, to get an idea of what the 1970s gay bathhouse scene was like. If you’re really serious about understanding this history, you might want to check out Deviations: A Gayle Rubin Reader, Chapter 9 of which is about The Catacombs, a San Francisco BDSM club that specialized in particularly dangerous practices that no sane person would ever want to imagine.

Knowing the actual history of that era — most of which was (and continues to be) concealed by the liberal media, and thus seldom given the kind of critical scrutiny it deserves — I am concerned about the consequences of current trends. (See “Sexual Anarchy: Progress, Perversion and the ‘Emerging Awareness’ Doctrine.”)

The liberal pose of enlightened sophistication — all the Smart People™ assuring us that there is nothing to worry about — is usually a precursor to catastrophe, and who knows what new varieties of wickedness we shall behold emerging from the shadows in years to come?

Who to blame? Al Gore. He invented the Internet, you know.






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