Please beware of the long post. If you can bear to read this, please do. I wanted to ask this question but I noticed that there is a huge stigma to bisexuality, as well as homosexuality, being transgender, and other identities. A lot of people believe that bisexuality doesn't exist. This doesn't just come from the the straight community, but also the gay community. I'm pretty sure it may come from the transgender community as well. Sometimes, the opinions vary. There are some people who believe that only women can be bisexual, while men cannot. I'm black too. So there is a LGBT+ stigma in the black community, as well as other communities. Being black adds to the problem. Plus, there are a lot of women that are turned off by a bisexual male. There's a gay/bisexual double standard. Society is okay with women being bisexual, but men are despised by society for it. Even though I consider myself to be questioning, I'm pretty sure I'm a bisexual male. Last year, I had an account on this site that is now inactive and I had asked a similar question. There has been a huge amount of progress for the gay community, as well as the transgender community. But there doesn't appear to be a lot of progress for the bisexual community. So what are your thoughts on the bisexuality stigma? Do you think there has been any progress in 2017? Any advice? Any other input? Any personal stories?