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Lesbian culture may be Joni Mitchell, and gay culture may be Madonna, but bisexual culture is, apparently, not sitting properly on a chair. Well, at least according to the internet.


This opinion seems to have started among bisexual people themselves on Twitter.




The idea spread to Reddit, where it attained viral status.

The post was upvoted over 3,000 times.

Other bisexuals felt seen.




And many began jokingly reading the sitting tea leaves, from real people to fictional characters.


And some used it to remind everyone of the open bisexuality of some celebrities.

Within the queer community, there is a lot of erasure of bisexual and pansexual people. While in many ways a joke, this flourishing meme is a way for bisexual folks to claim visibility.

H/T: Pink News, Twitter

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