for the other anon - the best metaphor i've heard for the difference between libido/sex drive & attraction: being ace with a sex drive is like being hungry but not wanting to eat anything in particular, being allo w/o a sex drive is like wanting to eat something but not being hungry
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On the bisexual pride flag, purple represents bisexuality,
Purple is also a color of royalty
TL; DR bisexuals are royalty. You can now refer to me as Your Royal Bi-ness

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So it's having high standards/low libido?
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Nope! Someone can have high libido and still not be attracted to people. Someone can have really low libido and still be attracted to lots of people. On the same note, someone can have high standards and still be attracted to people who don’t meet them (they just don’t have sex with those people.) Or low standards and not be attracted to any of them. Grey-asexual is simply not being attracted to people, with exceptions. It’s not a matter of type or merely not wanting sex. It’s just every once in a long while someone will be sexually attractive. Because they are. I am giving you the benefit of the doubt with this ask, and assuming that you are asking rather than trying to pick a fight, but you should be aware that the language you used has also been used to erase grey-asexuals, and could be considered an attempt to start a fight.

what does gray-asexual mean?
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Gray-asexual is one of the sexualities on the asexual spectrum. It means that they only feel sexual attraction rarely. So rarely that they feel more at home in the asexual community than the allosexual community. Grey-aromantic is similar, but with romantic attraction and the aromantic community rather than sexual/asexual community.

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I was going to paint my nails for Bi visibility day so I could wear autumn colors for Mabon but then I cut my finger, and now I can’t decide what to do.


New Witch here )O( Follow me for a witches dream

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May your day be full of apples and pumpkin spice everything and magic and joy!


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May you be able to conquer your fears and live life to the fullest. (by Anonymous)
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reminder for bisexuals


today is bi visibility day. as such, bisexual people will be completely visible for the next 24 hours. this is a bad day to engage in bank heists, ghost impersonations, covert operations for vague yet menacing government agencies, and other common bisexual hobbies that rely upon our powers of invisibility. 

reblog to save a life. 

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REBLOGGED eyecandybutts 4 hours ago (ORIGINALLY lyricalred)
what do you think of the idea of "privilege gradients", like, that someone can be relatively privileged along an axis of oppression - like straight people are privileged over everyone else but bi people can be "relatively privileged" over gay people (or the other way around), or that lighter skinned poc can be "relatively privileged" over darker skinned poc?
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I think that the idea of gradients is probably used to oversimplify actual circumstances. It seems to only take into account one axis of oppression, thus ignoring intersectionality or the idea that different characteristics receive different flavors of oppression. But this is the first I have heard of the idea, and I do come from a place of relative privilege, so I’d want to talk it over with my moirail before I commit to my gut feeling.