Here are two personal blog posts on the subject of personal meaning vs universal acceptance and how to get both of them to meet in the middle, I think. Anyway they are good articles and I do try to post good articles. 🙂
The Bad ‘B’ Word: A Need for Bisexual Acceptance
Why, in this day and age, is the term “bisexual” still a bad word with negative connotations? Why do those who may have identified as bisexual in the past feel the need to find other terms for their sexuality today? It honestly may come down to ignorance, misinformation, and a general, overarching need for more education on the subject and the sexuality.
Poly And Race: Poly and Black
Sounds tokenizing, and really, definitionally, it is. But that’s the honest reality of life as a Black American. Until recently in my life, a lot of that tokenizing was even self-inflicted, in concert with the current enveloping American culture. But thankfully, as I’ve begun to come out of my shell and become more involved in social justice activism, I’ve made peace with it.