14 Things Every Bisexual Girl Is Tired Of Hearing

#7 "If you're dating a girl, that makes you a lesbian."
14 Things Every Bisexual Girl Is Tired Of Hearing

Bisexuality. It's the B in LBGT. And yet there are still a lot of people - straight AND gay - who seem to think that it doesn't really exist.

Bi guys get their share of crazy bullsh*t thrown at them, but today, let's take a look at what the ladies have to deal with.

1. "You're just confused."

2. "You're gay but afraid to admit it."

3. "You're straight but you want to be edgy".

4. "You just want guy's attention."

5. "Why are you bi? You're so pretty!"

6. "If you're dating a guy, that makes you straight."

7. "If you're dating a girl, that makes you a lesbian."

 8. "So... you like threesomes?"

 9. Straight man: "I could never date a bisexual... she'd leave me for a chick."

 10. Lesbian: 'I could never date a bisexual... she'd leave me for a man."

11. Straight man: "You could cheat on me with other girls... but only if I can watch."

12. "Oh, you're bi... kinky..."

13. "But, like... why don't you just choose one or the other?"

14. "Will you be our unicorn?"

And bi ladies across the land are just like:

A social media ad calling for plasma donors has garnered hundreds of "likes" and "shares." But it has also sparked controversy with over a dozen commenters accusing Héma-Québec of homophobic practices that exclude gay men.

"Quebec needs plasma donors," the sponsored post says. The caption reads: "Plasma donation changes the lives of thousands of Quebecers. Plan your visit to a donation centre near you."

Keep Reading Show less

Using information from Retraite Québec, Narcity Québec has compiled lists of the province's top baby names in the last three decades.

It can seem odd that the names of older generations were once the "in" names of the time, but who knows — maybe that's what our grandkids will say about our names one day...

Keep Reading Show less

A Group Of Montrealers Started An Empowering Book Club For Young Black Girls

"Our meetings feel like the only place where they feel comfortable enough to speak openly without fear of being judged."

In September 2020, Black Girls Gather, a book club created for Black girls ages 12 to 17, was launched.

This club goes beyond simply reading books, it has become a safe space for Black girls to discuss their lived experiences together and develop a sisterhood.

Keep Reading Show less