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    Just carrying a sign around, or hiring a midget to point at you saying "He's Bi!" should suffice.

    (Original post by Hisoo)
    There's no need to tell the world about your sexuality, chances are people won't care and just shouting in a crowded room will just make you seem attention-seeking and pathetic.

    Why do people feel the need to force their own sexual preferences down people's throats?
    Having gone through several years of assumed heterosexuality, coming out can provide solid closure.

    The world at large is far more painfully heterosexual than many (straight) people realise. Publicly coming out is a meager whimper compared to the constant thunder of heteronormative society.
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