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Really upsetting how the trans cult has poisoned no many words. I groan whenever I see the word LGBT anymore now. I know plenty of people use LGB, but I've honestly grown to hate the whole acronym thing because of all this. I guess when it comes down to it, LGB is united by homosexuality/ same-sex attraction.

When I look at LGB Alliance's Twitter feed, I often see people accusing them of biphobia when they only say lesbian and gay. I find that silly. All LGB people experience same-sex attraction and bisexuals are technically homosexual as well, just not exclusively homosexual. So I guess I'm just going to say homosexuals or same-sex attracted from now on. For me personally, I think it's the most clear and concise way to speak the truth in this sea of trans foolery. Plus I also had a TRA srtaight up proudly admit that same-sex rights are transphobic so it'll piss off the TRAs. What language do you like to use?

Really upsetting how the trans cult has poisoned no many words. I groan whenever I see the word LGBT anymore now. I know plenty of people use LGB, but I've honestly grown to hate the whole acronym thing because of all this. I guess when it comes down to it, LGB is united by homosexuality/ same-sex attraction. When I look at LGB Alliance's Twitter feed, I often see people accusing them of biphobia when they only say lesbian and gay. I find that silly. All LGB people experience same-sex attraction and bisexuals are technically homosexual as well, just not exclusively homosexual. So I guess I'm just going to say homosexuals or same-sex attracted from now on. For me personally, I think it's the most clear and concise way to speak the truth in this sea of trans foolery. Plus I also had a TRA srtaight up proudly admit that same-sex rights are transphobic so it'll piss off the TRAs. What language do you like to use?

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[–] BlackCirce 8 points Edited

It depends on what I’m talking about. I’m trying to move away from the initialism because I find it no longer has meaning. I’m bisexual and I think gay and lesbian is fine because the rights a bisexual person needs are encompassed by the gay and lesbian rights movement. The social aspect is different so I think that has to be addressed separately by the bisexual community. I’m tired of the proliferation of labels and identities that serve to cover up real issues that everyone has.

Edit: Biphobia (as in prejudice against bisexual people) is a real phenomenon but it has nothing to do with a gay and lesbian rights organization using gay and lesbian in their messaging.