By Zachary Zane. More often than not, when I see a piece that discusses bisexuality written by a queer person, it doesn't actually discuss sex. There's a reason for this. The identities of sexual minorities are often reduced to the physical act of sex by straight people. So as a queer writer, you want to make it clear that there's more to a person's sexual identity than the physical act of sex. Take, for example, when a son comes out as gay to his bigoted father, and the first thing that pops into his father's mind is an image of his son getting pounded by some leather daddy. While that may be what the future holds for his newly out gay son, that shouldn't be what first comes to a dad's mind when his son comes out as gay. This is all to say that the the physical act of sex is just one component to an individual's sexual identity.
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