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Old 09-01-2011, 04:33 AM
trueRiver trueRiver is offline
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Manchester, England & Tain, Scotland
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Originally Posted by River View Post
Yup, us bi folk often get unfriendly reactions from both gay/lesbian and straight folks.

"The girl turned around and walked away."

That's certainly no way to treat a human being!
hello River, my namesake!

it certainly is no way to treat a fellow human, and certainly bi people get this a lot; and so do poly people. It is not clear to me in this case whether the reaction was anti-bi or anti-poly or both. Many bi people would still endorse mono, and therefore not want to flirt with someone who says they are married.

Doesn't make the reaction right, if the reaction was because the woman was mono she still should have handled it less hurtfully.

And don't forget, there are also people around like me, hettie but 'biphilic', ie I actually prefer bi ladies to straight ones... that's maybe irrational too but maybe a friendlier irrationality.

(And of course I would not reject someone just for being hettie; nor just for being mono)

There are two Rivers here now: which one is this?

quaker poly experiences and poly: a quaker perspective

I hope other British Quakers who are poly (or wonder if they are) will contact me here, thanks, Friends.

Last edited by trueRiver; 09-01-2011 at 04:36 AM.
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