I was born in 1947 and lived through the 1970s, which was an era of rampant sexual liberation and rampant violence against women, which led to the invention of the term “bisexual.”
In the 1970c, the word bisexual came to mean something other than simply having an attraction to men.
It meant something else entirely, too: Someone who was interested in and attracted to women, but didn’t necessarily identify as one.
The term bisexual was the term coined by the writer and director John Waters, who wrote the film I Love You, Daddy and later produced the animated feature The Simpsons.
Waters has been accused of homophobia by many feminists, including Germaine Greer, a well-known critic of gender politics.
But the term bisexual, while not exactly new to the cultural lexicon, was not necessarily a household word.
It was coined by a cartoonist named Robert Schulz, who was a lifelong lover of spiderman cartoons and who was known for creating the character Spiderman.
Schulz was not a homophobe.
He was, as one historian put it, a “straight man who loved spiderman.”
He was also a gay man who liked spiderman, and so he invented the term.
Bisexuals are a small group of people who identify as either heterosexual or gay, and in some ways it’s easier to find them in the media than in actual, committed relationships.
In The Simpsons, the male character, Homer Simpson, is a heterosexual who has an attraction toward men.
He even goes so far as to have a female assistant named Marge, who is attracted to him.
It’s easy to see why the term is a household one.
If you have a guy who is sexually attracted to men, it’s easy for a straight man to see this as a potential issue.
There’s nothing wrong with being attracted to other men.
But if you’re attracted to spiders, you’re more likely to think of that as a weakness, and you’re less likely to look at someone like that as being a genuine person.
You have to remember, the way we talk about sexuality in the United States today is, “How could I be attracted to someone?
I can’t be attracted by that person.”
And you have to keep in mind that a lot of straight people are attracted to guys.
There are a lot more straight people in the U.S. than gay people, and they are also attracted to girls.
And so it’s really difficult to understand why a lot people would find that kind of attraction to the kind of woman that Homer is.
But it was the case in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when the term was used, and people were actually seeing it more and more, that it was not simply the way that the world viewed it.
For a long time, the term lesbian was a synonym for lesbian, bisexual or transgender, and then, by the early 1990s, that’s all it was used to mean.
And so it was more of a general term for people who were attracted to both genders, but not necessarily necessarily women.
But there were still a lot who thought that it’s not just the way the world views gender.
But the term didn’t have a big enough audience to have its own label.
It was just another one of these things that people were using to describe people.
It wasn’t a term that was specifically used for lesbians, but that didn’t mean that the term couldn’t be used for women who had been attracted to a woman.
We have been saying that we are going to be the most inclusive society in the world, and that includes the LGBTQ community, but we can’t go around and exclude anyone, not even straight people.
We have to be inclusive.
We are going through a really difficult time in terms of sexual and gender equality.
So there are a bunch of us who are coming to terms with the fact that this is not just a woman’s issue.
We’re going to have to deal with the issues of sexual harassment, domestic violence, and the lack of safe spaces.
So in a way, the whole concept of bisexuals and other sexual orientations has been hijacked by the media.
I think it’s important to remember that when we were doing the comics, the people who are gay or lesbian in comics had to deal in the real world with violence, harassment and discrimination.
That’s not what bisexuals were dealing with.
I’m sure there are other people who might not like the idea of a lesbian in the mainstream media, but in that sense, it is important to note that we’re all human beings.
We all want to be loved, but there are certain people who do not get that.
So in terms a community, we can never get rid of the word lesbian because that’s just a word that is very easily misinterpreted