By Ben HunteLGBT correspondent
Bisexual Visibility has been celebrated on 23 September for the last 20 years day.
Nevertheless, at a right time of apparently wider LGBT acceptance, is society really accepting for the “B”?
Some individuals whom identify as bisexual have actually told the BBC of problems they frequently run into whenever attempting to live freely as bisexual people.
They usually have skilled relationships that are abusive disrespect at work, and discrimination on dating apps simply because of the sex.
The Trades Union Congress has released a written report highlighting that about one out of five people that are bisexual21%) reported they was indeed intimately assaulted in the office.
‘It scares me personally exactly exactly exactly just how individuals will respond’
Matt is just a graduate trainee residing in Cambridge. He’s struggled to keep up relationships with both women and men, and claims he now has got to lie about his sex to be able to date individuals.
“It scares me personally just just exactly how individuals will respond,” he states. “It seems that I haven’t aired fully like I have a dark secret.
“One woman I became dating unexpectedly stated that the idea of me personally being having a man made her actually unwell. Then she blocked me personally on every thing.
“When we date individuals, and mention i am bisexual, the connection concludes. It lasts when I lie to people, and hide my sexuality. We nevertheless do not know from the beginning, or wait, considering that the longer We wait the greater amount of anxious I have, but I do not desire any relationship to get rid of.