Quotes / Bi the Way

Summer: (talking about her exes) Oh, and then there was Charlie.
Tom: (pictures a group of people, zooms in on an attractive guy)
Summer: She was nice and all, but...
Tom: (zooms in on an attractive woman behind said guy)

I kiss other girls, sure, but that doesn't make me a lesbian. Does it? I mean, I read Playgirl".
Sarah Michelle Gellar

Stiles: I thought you liked girls.
Caitlin: I do like girls. Do you?
Stiles: Absolutely.
Caitlin: Great!
Stiles: So you also like boys?
Caitlin: Absolutely! Do you?
Teen Wolf, Episode 3x16 "Illuminated"

"Despite what you might have heard, bisexual people are real!"
Bryan Konietzko

Mad Max: You might talk a big huggy feely left wing kumbaya game but we all know if your son came home with a dude you'd be changing your tune.
Commander Badass: Ha ha, whut? Y'honesty think I never picked up a guy?
Mad Max: Wait, you mean you have?
Big Boss: You mean you haven't?

I'm g-g-gettin' bi. Getting bi.
And it's something I'd like to demystify.
It's not a phase. I'm not confused.
Not indecisive. Don't have the "gotta choose" blues!
I don't care if you wear high heels or a tie.
You might just catch my eye.
Because I'm definitely bi!
— Darryl Whitefeather, "Getting Bi," Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Any youngster who even shows a hint of personality outside the, forgive the buzzwords, heteronormative conjecture, is subjected to the harshest of criticisms by your peers and by your parents. And given how these are the people that are most influential to a child, thinking of any other lifestyle than to simply hide as much of yourself as you can is just not an option. It's food for thought, simply. But I will say that being able to express my innate bisexuality is a privilege that I never get outside my close circle of friends. It's hard to be honest under those conditions.
Froghand, from the 2016-12-11 BUAFY.

The Doctor: C'mon, we can have a good flirt later.
William Shakespeare: Is that a promise, Doctor?
The Doctor: (under his breath) Oh, fifty-seven academics just punched the air.
Doctor Who, "The Shakespeare Code"

[...]Rather than multiplying your chances at finding love, it sometimes feels like being attracted across the board has only made you vulnerable to equal opportunity rejection. Not fun.''
So, You're Possessed!, a CYOA game, on bisexuality.