Remember that in 2020, Francis Via Instagram, he revealed that he is bisexual.
“Last week, I was chatting with colleagues, recalling a trip I took with an old friend, and wondering, for the ten thousandth time, how to tell this story without sounding like I’m putting it all back on me.
I’m sure many bisexual men feel the same way, and do the same thing I did: not correct people’s assumptions about my homosexuality. Perhaps for fear of sharing too much. Perhaps under the cover of intimacy. Perhaps because “manhood” is the most fragile coin, ready to fall at the first sign of weakness or difference. And because it’s really scary to give up your privileges. There’s no doubt about it because of the stigmas that have always swirled around bisexuality, such as indecision, infidelity, disillusionment, and the “fashion” factor.
But there. Silence has the detrimental effect of allowing these stereotypes to persist, of making bisexual men invisible, and of making people doubt that we actually exist. No wonder acknowledging the duplicity is still a chore without going into lengthy explanations.
So yeah, the labels are frustrating and the words are incomplete. But I’ve always considered myself bisexual. I am not confused, nor am I trying to sound provocative. Not a traitor. I’m not shy. Not invisible»
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