In a million billion years when the sun explodes there will be only one human survivor. Out from the rubble Bianca Lawson will rise. Looking better and younger than she did when she was on Buffy.
If any lesbian feels like a bisexual girl is a “traitor” for dating a guy or that a bisexual female character in fiction ceases to be a queer character unless she is presently dating a woman, then I’m going to need you to take your fucked up little insecurities and waltz your ass the fuck on out of my life.
A reading from Noble Falling, a mediaeval adventure novel by the author Sara Gaines (mediaeval adventure meaning “fantasy world without the fantasy” much like Sword of the Guardian by Merry Shannon. Lady Knight by L-J Baker and Privilege of the Sword by Ellen Kushner. All have very minor magic, but it’s mostly irrelevant).
- Noble Falling on Amazon
Is it wrong for a lesbian to only want to sleep with other lesbians and not girls who identify as bisexual?
The problem is, lesbians pass this off as a “preference” and treat it the same way as liking a certain hair color. And yet, I have never heard a single story/explanation of why a lesbian wouldn’t date a bisexual woman that didn’t contain phrases along the lines of “I dated one in the past and it didn’t end well” or (my personal favorite) “they’d just cheat on me, so why bother?” Obviously, a bad experience with someone doesn’t really center around their sexuality, but rather the fact that they were probably just a shitty person. As for the cheating thing, if a woman is going to cheat on you, it’s not an issue with her sexuality, but rather the fact that she’s not interested in staying faithful (which has nothing to do with sexuality). Every reason given for not dating bisexual women is rooted in horrible stereotypes, so how is that not wrong?
The way I look at it, my bisexual girlfriend chose me out of a massive pool of options. She chose me and I’m incredibly flattered by that. And here’s the thing, if something were to happen with us and she dated a guy after me, who gives a fuck? She likes men and women, so yeah, it is possible that she’d end up with a guy. But the key thing is that she’s with me now, we’re incredibly happy together, and so why should her bisexuality scare me?
TLDR: Yes, it is wrong. I mean, fine, continue only dating other lesbians, but don’t try to pass it off as anything other than biphobia.