Even in LGBTQ populations, overt biphobia is normalized.
A week or so ago in a very large Facebook support group that I help manage, a woman posted a question.
She wanted to know if it’s biphobic for for a lesbian to choose not to date a woman because that woman sometimes also dates men.
My response was that such a choice would be biphobic by definition. While quite a few people agreed with me, a large minority disagreed very loudly and emotionally.
They pushed the argument that discriminating based on sexual orientation is a personal choice and can be perfectly okay.
Underlying all the arguments was the mostly unstated assumption that a bisexual person cannot be faithful.
And this in a group that mostly consistd of people who consider themselves to be progressive and woke.