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FOR WRITERS: Writing Bisexuality

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Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer J. Scott Coatsworth:

In honor of bi week, I thought we’d ask our bi authors to take center stage, and tell us what their experience has been both writing and reading bi characters. What do writers get right when tackling a character who is bisexual? What do they often get wrong?

If you are bi- or pan-sexual, please chime in. If you’re not, this is a great forum to ask questions.

This could be a sensitive topic, so please keep your questions and comments thoughtful and respectful.

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  1. Previously I had this long diatribe about how the majority of our charas are bisexual only because they fell in love a man, etc. And also my expieriences as a bisexual & dealing with insult after insult no matter what.

    People accuse us of stealing their significant others when I would never ever be a part of a cheating excuse ring. I’m not always on the prowl or am promiscuous in any way. And no, NEVER will I be a third in your relationship. I’m a serial monogamist and that’s just who I am. If I’m dating a man it doesn’t mean I’m straight, nor am I a lesbian because I’m dating a women. I am, and always will be, bi.


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