Anonymous asked: If you want more bisexual representation, what media are you creating with more representation. Are you writing a novel, movie, video game, whatever? Or are you just complaining that other people aren't giving you what you want.
First of all, this question is awful. It’s classist and rude. Not everyone can afford to have their queer work distributed, because in the entertainment industry you often have to have an in, and to have an in you have to have money.
Secondly, I am a college student. I’m studying creative writing, so yes, I do create queer characters and include them in my work. I certainly can’t afford to self-publish, and there is not much of a market for bisexual media, due to biphobia. I hope that one day I can have work published and widely read, or maybe even work as a script writer. But right now I’m a student. Guess what? I still deserve to have representation.
And it’s not a simple matter of “getting what we want,” for oppressed groups it’s a very serious issue, because we have poor mental health, and it doesn’t help to have poor representation. So you can fuck off with your tone, thanks.
oh yes i’ll just go commission bisexual characters on a bunch of tv shows i am the head of, and publish a million books with queers in them via the numerous publishing houses i own, and i’ll just create movies with all the funding and contacts i have in the industry. better yet, i’ll do it all by magic because i’m a fucking wizard
- Matt: "Yeah, I'm a big fan of Horrors in the basement you gotta feed."
- Pat: "You HAVE to feed it. Like I know you're like, 'killing people for their souls is wrong,' but like do you wanna NOT feed the thing in the basement!?"
Me: I just noticed that the main villains are the ones that look the most human. Not some big, huge, alien, ugly monsters. Unlike Doctor Who. Which is now racist as fuck.
Me: *growls suddenly in rage* *throws perfectly good pretzel across the room in anger*
Me: Another Ood I failed to save.