Originally Posted by DrunkenPorcupine
I think maybe I don't like the term biamorous for one reason. When pertaining to sexual interest in both genders, it implies a connection between sex and love. I have that connection personally, sex and intimacy go hand in hand for me, but not everybody has that.
Which is precisely why I think we who are biamorous should embrace that term, to distinguish ourselves from the merely
bisexual. That is, to distinguish "just sex" and NSA "No Strings Attached" adventurers from the amorous erotic adventurors. There's no need to have judgements about it. It's just a matter of preference or orientation, I guess. Let them (the bisexuals) keep that term if it suits them. No problem. But now I know what tribe I belong to, and it needs a name. Has a name.