Like. Folks. “Attracted to everybody except other men” is actually a really fucking common expression of men’s bisexuality. Even cis men’s. And it has nothing to do with birth assignment, like? They’re not attracted to “women and dfab enbies,” it really is “anyone whose gender is not ‘man.’” And they’re still bi. They’ve been bi and in the community for decades.
(I still see you, btw, trying to dance around “just attracted to dfab people” because you don’t see trans women as women)
Anyway it is so painfully obvious that y’all have just. Never. Sought out bisexual voices, on any subject, for any reason. You’ve never had the slightest interest in listening to us, even when we’re the subject of discussion. And I’d really appreciate it if y’all would stop saying “LGBT” like it meant fucking anything to you.
As neither a man nor a person largely attracted to men I’m always hesitant to post stuff about Vorlen and Nox to be quite honest since I’m silly and get hung up on “accuracy,” even though every relationship is different and there’s no “right” way to be gay
Sometimes out of the blue I’ll remember the nice things people have said to and about me on this website and it just really makes my day knowing there are people who think of me as attractive/kind/talented. Thanks folks ♡
It’s AU as heck, but Senju Tobirama and Terumi Mei, in my opinion sounds like a good idea. Tobirama is a grumpy cat that cares a lot about his village and would likely consent to such a pairing to bring two villages closer together, and Mei is determined to drag the Hidden Mist out of the darkness. What better way than to affiliate itself with the happy-go-lucky Hidden Leaf? And they’re both attractive, eligible folk in their prime.
Ship that is canon but you don’t ship:💤
Chouji and Karui from Naruto. Sai and Ino from Naruto. You get two answers for this one because Kishimoto came so far out of left wing with his ending and baby making madness that I can’t pick just one.
Ship that is unpopular but you still like:💘
I’m not entirely sure what’s popular and what’s not, but I liked Coyote Starrk and Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck. She’s super lively, and would keep Starrk from falling into a sluggish melancholy, but she’s also very refined when she needs to be. More than enough of an ass-kicker to keep him in line too, Primera or not. I’m thinking this is unpopular because NnoiNel seems to be dominant from what I’ve seen, but Nel can do so much better than that mantis punk.
Ship you’re curious about:👀
Anything involving any of the Stern Ritter. I want to explore their relationships and see other people explore them, too. (if there are any Stern Ritters hiding out there please help me find you!)
Ship that is most misunderstood:💢
Shunsui and Nanao, but that might be a bit of a throw away answer (I don’t do a lot of ship stuff go easy on me!). I like how Kubo fleshed out that relationship in the end. I can’t offer much commentary on it though, but go check it out in the manga!
@queerghostt im making a new post cause i don’t feel like editing the old one… i think there would be a difference between say describing yourself as pan (or something else) vs. diamoric… if you’re choosing to describe yourself as diamoric you are specifically highlighting your own gender and the gender of those you’re interested in, which is really the same as people calling themselves sapphic and achillean. that doesn’t mean you aren’t attracted to other folks but in a way you are prioritising that attraction. i’m not saying that those are the conditions under which others should use those terms but rather the conditions under which they do. what i mean is, i’m not trying to dictate how people are using these words but the reasons why i think someone would choose them.
(2/2) adding the part in where y'all were sexually active before but aren't now that you are on T makes me thing it might be leaving towards a breakup but you might not be. Just something to think about, after all, those who have no sexual attraction do date folks who do have sexual attractions. It might be tough and this is a different situation but maybe looking at sources from those configurations are something to look at if you two still want to be involved with each other at some capacity.
Agender bisexual here. Idk if fetishizing is the right word for ppl who are attracted to multiple genders but not their own. But I don't think bi is the right word either. "Your own and other genders" is the definition of bi. And straight ppl can be attracted to nonbinary folks as well. The definitions are squishy and imperfect but I'd say you're straining the definition of bi, if you're not into your own gender.