I've heard a lot about bisexuals being discriminated against by people in the LGBTQ+ community. As a bisexual man myself, I have also experienced it firsthand. I've had people tell me that I just haven't realized I'm gay yet or that I'm just a super horny young adult that's promiscuous. I've also had people tell me that I'm just in an experimental phase and I'll end up straight or gay. I was even ridiculed a few years ago at a pride festival because I was in a straight relationship at the time and was there with my girlfriend. Why do you think this discrimination exists? What can we do to make a change? I've heard it's because they have an easier time being accepted by straight people because they can "pass" for non-queer with less effort, especially if they are in a long-term (even short term) relationship with a member of the opposite sex. I've also heard that bisexuals are referred to as "birthers" by those in the gay community because they can conceive children on their own and have the appearance of being straight.