WHY IS STEREOTYPING STILL A THING IN 2016???? (BISEXUAL ACCEPTANCE RANT)

SO I'm bisexual (closeted) but I'm a very active member in the tumblr lesbian/bi world and let me tell you it's a MESS, for those of you who don't know of this world EVERYONE is connected, if you meet a cute new girl you will later learn that they have dated all your friends and all your exes
  1. welcome to the tumblr lesbian/bi community
    we all communicate through group chats of 20 or more people and there's probably thousands of gc's out there, every once in a while there will be an out burst of drama on Twitter amongst us tumblr lgbtq's and tonight was bad
  2. this is what happened
    so basically there were people tweeting about hating bisexual girls because they cheat and people (rightfully) got mad so one girl (who happens to be a lesbian) tried to stand up for bisexual girls and got a lot of backlash
  3. NO SEXUALITY SHOULD BE STEREOTYPED
    This is what she said in response and i love her for it
  4. I have lived this
    the amount of hate I've gotten for being bisexual has honestly hurt, I thought if anything that other members of the lgbtq+ community would accept me but apparently not
  5. I hate this argument
    honestly the fact that this was such a big argument makes me sick, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and all things similar are all VERY REAL and VERY STUPID
  6. WHY CANT WE JUST ACCEPT EVERYONE
    why is everyone being stereotyped and why are we still having these arguments in 2016
  7. One of my friends made some comments that upset me because:
    she was the one preaching about bisexual girls always being cheaters and then she tweets about spreading positivity???? she's one of my friends but honestly this situation has made me look at her very differently
  8. what I wanted to say
    I thought about tweeting this but I feel like I would lose too many friends because it is a negative tweet, I also wrote a bunch of tweets standing up for the bisexual community but I didn't want to out myself
  9. there's so much more I could say
    biphobia is very real and can we please accept all people