- Nov 21, 2017
No, you need to rigidly define exactly who you are and aren't intetested in, box yourself in, stick a label on yourself, disagree with other members of the LGBT+ community about what said label actually means and then act hostile, passive-aggressive and patronising when someone doesn't immediately know every nuance of a label that even the community can barely agree on and which is barely known outside of quite particular social circles.I'm bi and this whole mess inside LGBTQ community is making me often not wanting to be a part of some bigger, organised group. These people telling who those people are. Defining this and that. Are you pan? Are you bi? How do you know? Would you date a trans person?
I just like who I like ffs. I fucking hate labels.
sorry for the mini rant