In this episode of Cubs Out Loud, we present a new series of shows. This one is called “All T, No Shade” and allows the hosts to provide a more frank opinion on some potentially polarizing subjects. For this first show, the cubs discuss biphobia. From our personal dealings with bisexuality to admitting our personal biphobic tendencies, the cubs keep it real about their feelings.
What’s Going On?
- Jeff: Pain in the Butt
- Damon: Being Sick
- Chester: Back in the USA
- Gary: Living with parents
So I just finished listening to episode 374 of COL, and I’d just like to thank you Sir. It was a touching conversation and many good points were brought up in the discussion.
You are most welcome. I’ve been a longtime listener but during that episode the discussion shifted to include someone in my situation. Which unfortunately, I find is rarely addressed since for many it isn’t an issue.
I will say that y’all were spot on when discussing how many of my generation are more aware of who they are attracted to at a much younger age.
Oh, I would just like to thank you again, the podcast has helped me a lot over the years. Whether it was for entertainment (comedic or sexual), informative, or just something to detract from the loneliness.
- Jeff Beumer
- Terry John-Carls
- Princesa Dream Maker
- Dustin Abreu
Bear Underground COL Entourage Group:
- Biphobia definition: Biphobia is aversion toward bisexuality and bisexual people as a social group or as individuals. People of any sexual orientation can experience or perpetuate such feelings of aversion. Biphobia is a source of discrimination against bisexual people, and may be based on negative bisexual stereotypes or irrational fear.
- Bi-now, gay later.
- Bisexuals are just plain selfish!
- Is there Biphobia in the kink community?
- I’m Bisexual, But I’m Not Buzzfeed Video:
- Opinions on choosing the label of bisexual, how people act towards them, and personal experiences.
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