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So here's 16 hella lit pieces of advice from bisexual teens, for bisexual teens, and for everyone else too.
Misconception: Bisexual people only date cisgender men and women.
Instead, I can do it from the comfort of my own bed!
Plus, as a bisexual woman, apps like Tinder allow me to select my gender preference, making my utter lack of a gaydar completely irrelevant.
Tinder is one of the most well-known dating apps around.
Founded in 2012, this was the first dating app to offer the swipe matching feature (right for yes and left for no).
As anyone who knows me personally can attest, I'm a textbook 21st century hermit.
If it were a viable option, I'd be perfectly happy curled up with a book (or 12), wine, and four cats to keep me company for the rest of my life.
The #ILove BIself campaign’s purpose is to promote self-love among bisexual youth.
However, as my friends and family keep reminding me, contact with other humans is supposedly good for you, so every once in a while I drag myself out of my Library of Solitude, hissing at the big bright ball of light in the sky.
Plus, even I like to get out there and flirt sometimes.
It’s also a space for the voices of bisexual youth to be amplified as they share their experiences, offer support to each other, and highlight the need for more awareness on the issues bisexual youth face.
These issues include, but are not limited to, bisexual erasure from LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ spaces, the prevalence of biphobia in those spaces, and the truth about bisexuality within nonbinary relationships.
Out of the apps on this list, Zoosk is most like Tinder because its 38 million members are mostly younger singles and it has a fun matching system called the Carousel.