Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index questionnaire during 2009 confirmed it was incorrect it unearthed that lesbian and homosexual workers felt more at ease being away at work than bisexual workers. They found that those bi employees (of “Diversity Champions”) didn’t feel comfortable being out enough to even speak to their researchers when they were commissioned to research the experience of bi employees by the UK Government. Their studies revealed that 4% of those employers’ workforces recognized as bisexual but nationwide focus groups netted only 30 individuals happy to go to.
Bisexuality is focused on being “fluid”
Frequently you are going to hear long winded definitions of bisexuality through the word ‘fluid’, or ‘changeable’. Some bisexuals just like the term, like their sexuality does change over time because it feels to them. 1 day you may be just fancying long haired individuals, the week that is next your dreams could be about workers in offices, or pizza distribution individuals. Or perhaps you may not some cial men and women have a kind and adhere to it. That is fine with us. But how come those who aren’t bisexual such as the term?
In terms of the attraction changing, flowing, from same sex to opposite sex and back again because it explains away the gender attraction they can’t get their head around people liking more than one gender, so they couch it. Whenever non bisexuals bisexuality that is define “fluid” whatever they often suggest is “there is no-one to be truly interested in one or more sex at precisely the same time, therefore it must certanly be about being homosexual some times and right other people” needless to say, many people that do have changing attraction habits may well are fancying males more on Saturdays at 6.30pm but that does not suggest all bisexuals swing from homosexual to right. Bisexuality is not inherently fluid it is simply attraction to one or more sex.
Bisexuality is merely a stage
We disagree with “it’s only a period”.