Firstly the details of my sexual life are mine to disclose when and if I choose, however I feel the need to respond to the accusation that I’m anything less than completely honest about my sexuality because it is a tired criticism.
I am in a relationship that is supportive, transparent and accepting of my lifestyle and preferences, being specifically my desire for both women & men, how that acceptance is realized is NONE of your business. Unless I wish for it to be public. You know nothing of my relationship other than the flashes here and there that I provide, it is not currently my wont to expose you to the intimate details of my bedroom (or of the several I might be in at any given moment).
I do not need to PROVE my sexuality to you and I do not need to recount the details of the who, what, when and where of my sexual history.
YOU don’t get to decide what I am or what I am not; the system of having to defend your orientation is a symptom of the systemic prejudice against the LGBTQ community.
Also the nature of a relationship, being monogamous or otherwise has no bearing on your sexuality. A bisexual woman may only sleep with women for several years and she is no less bisexual than who she claims to be. Your sexuality is your desire & your sex is merely the physical expression of any part of that desire.
The claim that to be bisexual you must be a ‘wild’ bisexual infers that there is a distinct and unfavorable characteristic attributed to the community that does not subscribe to hetero-normativity; the desire to lead a fulfilled life albeit spiritually, physical or sexually should not be considered an act of wild rebellion. My stating that I’m bisexual shouldn’t be news-worthy or controversial; it’s not that exciting; it’s not that interesting; there’s nothing about it that should necessitate anger or negation.
*swan dives into a vagina*"