Day celebrating Bisexuality. I prefer the definition of Queer because, for me personally, it is both an identification and a proactive approach.

Day celebrating Bisexuality. I prefer the definition of Queer because, for me personally, it is both an identification and a proactive approach.

Buddies, Romans, countryfolks, provide me your ears:

I’m Queer that is super.

I personally use the word Queer because, it’s both an identity and a call to action for me. It’s a radical stance when confronted with a cis- and society that is heteronormative. It is inherently political. …and it is a hell of less complicated to inform right people that I’m Queer as opposed to give an explanation for nuances and fluidity of elements of my identification which are therefore intimate. I’m bisexual. Or, at the very least, we often identify as bisexual, with regards to the business. Continue reading Day celebrating Bisexuality. I prefer the definition of Queer because, for me personally, it is both an identification and a proactive approach.