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You know what, I’m sick of good bisexual characters being few and far between. I want a bisexual character who isn’t the slutty stereotype. I want a nerdy bisexual character. A quirky bisexual character. A theater geek bisexual character. A bisexual bad boy and bad boy as in doesn’t put up with teachers pandering to the rich stuck up kids and protects those who can’t protect themselves. A bisexual girl next door type. Something other than the ‘slut’ or someone’s punching bag or the punchline. I want more characters than just Brittany, Rich, and Hanschen who are the ditzy promiscuous one, the school bully who has an epiphany after being hospitalized, and the charming fourteen year old who’s always spun as an evil seductress out to corrupt innocent little gay boys. Make multifaceted bisexual characters you cowards.

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Most Memorable Dresses: Geri Halliwell’s itsy-bitsy “Union Jack Flag” Dress paired with platform red boots, worn while performing with the Spice Girls at The BRIT Awards in 1997. Halliwell originally was given a mini black Gucci dress to perform in but she thought it was too boring and wanted to celebrate being British. She asked her sister to stitch on a Union Jack tea towel to the front as a patriotic gesture. A peace sign was sewed behind the dress. It has since become one of the most iconic dresses in the last 50 years, beating the likes of Marilyn Monroe (Seven Year Itch Dress) and Princess Diana (Wedding Dress).