Being bisexual isn't all fun and games.
In fact, it can be incredibly hard. The first time I ever came out, I was terrified. Luckily, the person I told- my mom, was understanding and supportive. But not everyone is like that. I cannot express my anger when I get comments like, "wow, that must be so hard" and "does that make you... like, lesabian AND straight?
What people don't really understand is that we are not really different. We're different like different religions. Sort of the same, sort of different. We aren't a seperate species, and we aren't bad or harmful.
Also, we are aware of the insults people give us. One of the most hurtful things you can say to someone who is GLBT is, "that's sooooooo gay!" Because you might now know that they're GLBT. I know this firsthand. A lot of my family are very religous Catholics, and they don't accept that I'm bi. They refuse to talk to me, post anti-GLBT stuff on Facebook, etcetera. And it really hurts. But I have to be the better person and not be rude to them.