And that’s another thing that matters. Consequences are often indirect. The movement at Standing Rock may yet stop a pipeline. Whether it does or not, it has brought together perhaps the greatest single gathering of native North Americans (from Canada as well as the United States) ever, and that has been a profound and moving watershed for the affirmation of cultural identities and political rights. It has demonstrated yet again that the environmental movement and human rights campaigns are often inseparable, reminded us that worldwide, indigenous people are in the forefront of the climate movement. Many things we cannot foresee may come of this gathering and its vision, tactics and power.
This is so unbelievable. We need to be shutting down ABSURD bisexual stereotypes/misconceptions (like the article above).
It’s hard to believe the media can be THAT uneducated, when it’s the role of journalists and reporters to be educated ENOUGH to report on issues – or maybe they are just ignorant to the truth and the reality of what bisexual means?
Either way, we need to keep fighting for our bisexual community, no matter who we are or what our job is.
Start reading up about sexuality.
Research what it means to be bisexual before you make a ridiculous article that is offensive to many bi people (especially youth).