In the end, people erase bisexuals all of the time by pretending we’re either homosexual or right.

In the end, people erase bisexuals all of the time by pretending we’re either homosexual or right.

Pansexual Erasure?

Some could find me hypocritical for stating that definitions of pansexuality (that make an effort to set it up apart from bisexuality) erase bisexuality while I continue to state pansexuals are bisexual. In the end, people erase bisexuals all of the time by pretending we’re either homosexual or directly. Just How am we much better? Well, these situations provide a false equivalency.

Such a disagreement somewhat misunderstands what folks mean by “bisexual erasure,” the societal refusal to acknowledge that individuals drawn to multiple genders occur after all, ignoring and falsifying proof of bisexuality ever sold, academia, as well as other primary sources. It’s also noticed in painting our attraction as being a stage and pressing the notions that individuals is only able to be drawn to one sex (therefore denying a defining element of y our sexuality) or that definitions of bisexuality aren’t actually definitions of bisexuality (therefore doubting our history and experiences). Remember that we never ever declare that individuals can’t be interested in all genders or that “attraction to any or all genders” is not a concept of pansexuality. Continue reading “In the end, people erase bisexuals all of the time by pretending we’re either homosexual or right.”