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Sexuality and Definitions
So there's far more context around here
but I'll just go off of this quote:
It's a problem of language of sexuality. When a person claims to be "bisexual" or "homosexual" or "heterosexual", that indicates something. The question is what it indicates.
If different people utilize the same term to communicate different concepts, then this creates problems.
So, we try to articulate a clear and distinct definition for a particular term, so that whenever any person uses the term, everyone clearly understands what is meant.
If you don't think that's a problem? Ok. But your not thinking it is a problem doesn't in any way mean that I am trolling, or accusing people of lying, or advocating rape.
_J_ believes that attraction requires action. Specifically as regards bisexuals who are in monogamous relationships who would no longer (presumably) be available to one of the genders.
I contend this is woefully incorrect given the actual definition of the word attraction.