Assumptions

By friendless - 30/08/2021 22:01 - United States

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Today, my friend casually asked if she could “gift” me to her husband for his birthday threesome. I told her she was being rude, and made me feel cheap and objectified. She scoffed and said, "What’s the big deal? Aren’t all you bi chicks into that anyway?” No. No I’m not. So much for friendship. FML
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Wait, being bi doesn't mean you're a raging, promiscuous, sex-crazed maniac? You should've asked her if her biggest fantasy involved getting rawdogged by 2 guys at once. After all, she's straight, therefore she must be craving dicks twice as much as you do, and where you can be satisfied with one guy, she must need two. I mean, by her own retarded logic that is.... But yeah, biphobia sucks ass. On the plus side, you're now rid of one colossal moron of a "friend".

Why are you so stuck-up? She wasn't asking you to be in some sleazy threesome -- it was a *birthday* threesome! That's a special honor.

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Wait, being bi doesn't mean you're a raging, promiscuous, sex-crazed maniac? You should've asked her if her biggest fantasy involved getting rawdogged by 2 guys at once. After all, she's straight, therefore she must be craving dicks twice as much as you do, and where you can be satisfied with one guy, she must need two. I mean, by her own retarded logic that is.... But yeah, biphobia sucks ass. On the plus side, you're now rid of one colossal moron of a "friend".

You do realize it doesn't have to be medical grade, put in a straitjacket and fed horse tranquilizer batshit insane to be a phobia. And while yes, the Greek root of phobia means fear, it's also commonly used to refer to hate, and by extension hateful prejudice. As we all know, fear leads to anger … anger leads to hate. And I'm pretty sure how OP's friend seems to think bi women are sex crazed maniacs that can just be "gifted" as some sort of sex toy, well, that seems like a pretty solid example of hateful prejudice to me. But maybe not to you, I guess?

Why are you so stuck-up? She wasn't asking you to be in some sleazy threesome -- it was a *birthday* threesome! That's a special honor.

Those involve tiaras, capes and fancy wigs. That's how you know they're special.

did you say yes?

There's a right way to ask if someone wants to be part of a threesome and a wrong way, and this friend went about it the wrong way.

DarkJester200278 1

Well you know the saying "Get your end in, get your friend in"