There are plenty of slang terms for bisexuals. Some are insulting, some funny, and some are actually kinda cool. Very few actually fit bisexuality though. One that does is VERSATILE. To be versatile is to be able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities. It is to be flexible, and multifaceted. That is a very good way to explain how many bisexuals see themselves. Bisexuals are versatile. So, here we have the word VERSATILE done with bi pride colors and with an underline also done in the bi pride colors just to make sure people get it if they know what those colors stand for.
Three little cartoon styled penguins each in one of the colors of the bi pride flag with hearts above. The message is “bi love” and the center penguin’s heart contains the bi bride overlapping triangles symbol. Cute, fun, and all about bisexual visibility.
Though this design isn’t really part of our Bi Nature project because we didn’t do a version that specifically says “Bi Nature,” it still represents the idea because do practice bisexual behavior.
Many penguins have long been looked at as a species that sometimes practices homosexual behavior. Turns out however that what we had from the science community in this case was a big batch of bisexual erasure.
Though the “homosexual activity” was documented heavily in many types of penguins the scientist always seemed to neglect the fact that these “homosexual” penguins who would often return to “heterosexual behavior” and then sometimes back to “homosexual behavior,” and maybe back again… are in fact bisexual.
Sadly a lack of understanding and education often results in such mislabeling when people study the animal kingdom.
Happily I really doubt the penguins themselves care about how humans label them though.
Anyways, we made this shirt design for it’s cute and fun factor above anything else.
If you happen to be bi and also happen to think penguins are cute as all get out… this shirt is for you!
I think this one is a bit self explanatory, but just in case you haven’t heard the phrase before it is a very common one.
I personally have heard it a million times (Yes, slight exaggeration there) from bisexuals as a humorous way to say “hey, I’m bi.”
I’ve also heard it (lest often, but still many times) as a derogatory comment towards bisexuals from both straight people and gays and lesbians.
This shirt was designed with the idea of being fun and lighthearted. An easy way to say “I’m bi.” It serves as a humorous and non hostile bit of bi visibility and also in the case of people who have used the phrase in a derogatory manner… it takes that phrase back so it doesn’t seem a good insult anymore.
The design features crossed bats and a distressed sport styled font to match the wooden bats that reads “I Bat For Both Teams.”
Though this one wasn’t designed specifically with ball players in mind it is doubly fun for someone if they happen to be softball, fastpitch, hardball, baseball type fans or players.
This design features a slightly distressed and obviously used ball with bi pride overlapping triangles making up the stitching of the ball and the words “Switch Hitter” across the ball.
If you are bi and play ball you have certainly heard the phrase switch hitter in a manner not pertaining to how you bat. Whether you play hardball, softball, fast pitch, or whatever this shirt will let you show the world you own a sense of humor and spread some bi visibility at the same time.
Of course if you want to show your ball playing bi pride and funny wit without going all out with a shirt… a small button can do it for you.
We added a background pattern of the bi pride flag colors for the button.
A very cute and fun bi visibility design featuring some bees flying by with one happening to be colored a bit different than the rest with the words “haven’t you ever seen a beesexual before?”
We thought this bit of bi fun so cute we just had to play around with it a bit so we could enjoy it with our morning coffee.
Check out this fun coffee mug with the bees flying all the way around it.
Cute? I think so.
and if you just happen to be one of those people afraid of making coffee rings on your table, you can set this beesexual coffee cup down on your very own beesexual coasters.
Have you ever seen a bisexuwhale? Now you have. This design is basically a bit of fun with words, but it is also a great, not so serious bit of bi visibility that allows for some educational discussions if you desire. Almost all whales are bisexual. I’m guessing all myself, but scientists haven’t studied ALL whales enough to know with one hundred percent certainty. Of those they have studied however, it seems bisexuality is the norm, homosexuality and heterosexuality are both common, and many whales are actually polyamorous.