1. If I'm honest, I don't identify my sexuality with a label. I just say something like bisexual for other peoples benefit and it makes it easier to explain that I'm attracted to both sexes. Probably why the LGBT community never felt right for me.

    Friday, 04-Aug-17 18:33:49 UTC from
    1. @sim  https://Potato But you have an entire umbrella to pick from!

      Friday, 04-Aug-17 18:49:13 UTC from
      1. @cyberpotato I think we're taking it a bit far here... probably because other people didn't feel like saying they were bisexual was enough to describe their attractions too.

        Friday, 04-Aug-17 18:52:52 UTC from
    2. @sim very much same. Labels sometimes have their usefulness.

      Friday, 04-Aug-17 18:56:26 UTC from web
      1. @awl Definitely... more to help other people to understand your stance on something.

        Friday, 04-Aug-17 19:08:12 UTC from
        1. @sim that and put a little bit into less wording if you find yourself inarticulate. Like non-native English speakers.

          Friday, 04-Aug-17 19:24:28 UTC from web
          1. @awl That is a very good point... I hadn't thought about it like that but it would be helpful in that regard.

            Friday, 04-Aug-17 19:26:03 UTC from
      2. @awl I prefer the term "descriptors." Because I self label as contrary.

        Friday, 04-Aug-17 19:22:44 UTC from web
        1. @scribus is the contrarian pronoun a bronoun

          Friday, 04-Aug-17 19:25:23 UTC from web
          1. @awl noobnoun

            Friday, 04-Aug-17 19:37:34 UTC from web