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Bisexual Awareness Week is the perfect time and space to talk about the misconceptions people have about bisexual youth.
Bisexual youth are tired of people thinking the worst of them, so eight members of GLSEN's National Student Council laid out all the misconceptions bisexual teens and adults deal with on the daily.
Misconception: Bisexual people can’t make up their mind Rowan: Bisexual people have made up their mind: they chose bisexuality.
Luis: How do gay people know they're gay if they never dated the opposite sex?
How do straight people know they’re straight if they have never dated the same-sex?
You're erasing part of our identity, and being beyond condescending. Bisexual people know they are bisexual and that’s all that matters.
Miguel: Not being able to make up your mind and having a change in the way you feel are NOT the same thing.
Misconception: Bisexual people are “confused”/actually gay or straight Luis: Someone says they’re gay, then there gay, if someone says they’re straight, they’re straight, when someone say’s they are bi, then they are bi. While it is true that some monosexual people initially come out as bisexual, that doesn’t invalidate the experiences and feelings of people who truly are bisexual.