Thinksquad’s Guide to Famous Bisexuals


Being a bisexual, is hard for many to understand in this society. I and I use the word “I” because I happen to be a bisexual. Most people think that it’s a phase, or that you’re a girl who’s “Gone Wild,” but I always saw both sexes in equal admiration, and I always find both sexes appealing. Many straight and even gay people have a hard time trying to figure out what category to put true bisexuals in.

Woody Allen once said, “Being bisexual doubles your chance of a date on Saturday night.” I have to disagree, many people have no idea how to deal with a true bisexual, and what I mean by true bisexual is I do not try to hold people to any side of the sexual fence, I think we are all learning here, some of us do go one way then fall back to what might be easier on us or on our family or what ever pressures they might have faced. Some explore and then find that they are happy being straight or gay.

I happen to fall in the last category, I always knew I was truly a bisexual, I always knew I had this attraction to both sexes and for that I am a minority.being a bisexual is a minority in the gay community. Straight’s see you as gay anyways.

Persons who are considered to be bisexual are attracted to members of both sexes, but this doesn’t mean that they feel the need to be with a man and a woman at the same time. Just like straight or gay people, the vast majority of bisexual men and women will want a monogamous relationship. When it comes to marriage, a bisexual may end up with a partner of either gender. If a woman marries a man it does not mean that she is straight, and by the same token, by marrying a woman, will not make her gay. The person that they marry will be the one they are in love with as a person, and may or may not have anything to do with the person’s gender.

I had a friend ask me this question and straight people have a hard time answering it.

If a gay man has sex with a woman once in his life, does that make him straight?

If a lesbian has sex with a man once in her life, does that make her straight?

If a straight man has sex with another man once in his life, does that make him gay?

My brother who was 4 years younger then me, I say was, because he was killed in a hate crime for being gay(3 years ago), worked in Congress but not as a congressmen or senator, but worked as a lobbyist for gay rights, he did that till the day he died.

Both my parents were very accepting of my brother and his life choice, and also my life choice, my older sister, she was straight, and also had a strong belief in God, she did not like our sexual choices and often quoted Bible verses to us. No we never really got a long, but my brother and I were close. I tried on many occasions to bridge the gap between my sister and myself, but it never happened, she died 4 years ago, by committing suicide after her children died. I also lost my mother, she died 5 years a go, (cancer) and my father died 6 years ago, (brain tumor) I mention my family because they shaped me into who I am today.

I am proud of being a bisexual, and I am proud to have a close set of friends who support me and love me for being me, so now that I have bored you with my life let’s get on with the famous bisexuals.

Hans Christian Andersen 1805–1875
Alexander the Great 356–323 BC
Billie Joe Armstrong 1972- Singer, songwriter, guitarist for Green Day
Bai Ling 1970-

Drew Barrymore 1975-
Bianca Beauchamp 1977-
Sandra Bernhard 1955-
David Bowie 1947-
Marlon Brando 1924–2004
Saffron Burrows 1973-
Lord Byron 1788–1824
Caligula 12 – 41
Nell Carter 1948–2003
Margaret Cho 1968-
Montgomery Clift 1920–1966
Joan Crawford 1905–1977
Sammy Davis, Jr. 1925–1990

James Dean 1931–1955
Oscar de la Renta 1932-
Andy Dick 1965-
Marlene Dietrich 1901–1992
Amanda Donohoe 1962-
Bret Easton Ellis 1964-
Fergie 1975-

Megan Fox 1986-
Anne Frank 1929–1945
Nelly Furtado 1978-
Lady Gaga 1986 -
Greta Garbo 1905 – 1990
Cary Grant 1904 – 1986

Alec Guinness 1914 – 2000
Sophie B. Hawkins 1967 -
Anne Heche 1969 -
Katharine Hepburn 1907 – 2003
Judy Holliday 1921 – 1965
Jenna Jameson 1974 -

Angelina Jolie 1975 -
Janis Joplin 1943 – 1970
Calvin Klein 1942 –
Christian Lacroix 1951–
Lindsay Lohan 1986 –
Kristanna Loken 1979 –
Drea de Matteo 1972 –

Herman Melville 1819 – 1891
Freddie Mercury 1946 – 1991
Nero 37/39 – 68
Joan Osborne 1962 –
Anna Paquin 1982 –
Cole Porter 1891 – 1964
Kate Siegel 1982 -
Anna Nicole Smith 1967 – 2007
Barbara Stanwyck 1907 – 1990
Michael Stipe 1960 -
Amy Winehouse 1983 -
Virginia Woolf 1882–1941

 

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6 Responses to Thinksquad’s Guide to Famous Bisexuals

  1. There are so many myths about bisexuality, starting with the common assumption that it is the least common sexual orientation, when in fact most men and women have had some sexual attraction, desires, affection, or experiences with both sexes. I am a psychiatrist who has studied this issue, and you might be interested in my blog about sexual flexibility and my anonymous sex test, which generates a profile from among a dozen different sexual orientations (heteroflexible, supersexual, ambisexual, polyamorous, queer, gay/lesbian, etc.).

  2. Smaktakula says:

    Andy Dick? That wretched creature doesn’t count. He’ll fuck anything that moves.

  3. Thanks for this revealing blog. Your family has been touched by quite a few tragedies and I was saddened to read that.

  4. 2 bits says:

    Its true what you say. Sexuality is much more complicated than simplified homo, hetero, bi distinctions. We are attracted to individuals not genders!!

  5. kismet2011 says:

    Your absolutely right…and I thank you for this article. It can be an eye-opener to some as it was to me. Hope more and more people will read it.

    I am saddened by the tragedies you and your family had to endure. But what can we do really? Life is sometimes unfair.. and that’s life imperfections… and it is in these imperfections that we are being molded to become stronger and wiser.

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