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Skip ! This is not to say that bi people's 'straight passing' relationships should be seen as traditional. In fact, they could be the site of profound social change. Facing discrimination from both queer and straight communities, research suggests that people who are attracted to two or more genders face higher rates of depression and anxiety and poorer health outcomes.
Cis straight men are in a unique position of privilege and when they become intimately involved with bi women, they have a duty to use this privilege for good. But if they do the work and pass on what they've learned to their straight circle, they could be instrumental in challenging the biphobia that lingers to this day. So where to start? One of the first and most fundamental things a straight partner can do is actively affirm her identity.
Helen advises: "Read about what bisexuality is and read s from different people who identity as bi — not just your girlfriend. The work goes much deeper than cracking open the books, though.
Any potential bi ally needs to examine their own biases — particularly when it comes to sex. Due to the hypersexualised portrayal of bi women in the media hello, Basic Instinct and pornography, they are often objectified, even by their partners. Intrusively asking bi girlfriends to participate in threesomes, insisting it's 'not cheating' if they kiss other women and prying for details of queer sexual experiences are all examples of fetishisation.
Just ask bi women.
As she so succinctly puts it: "Your partner's sexuality is not the place for [straight men] to play out their fantasies or insecurities. Sometimes the allyship we cherish can be something altogether more abstract, especially in a world which is tough on both women and bisexuals.
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