Why do you write about bisexuals in such a gender-neutral way? You need to consider the possibility that female bisexuality and male bisexuality are qualitatively different, and write from the first-person “I” perspective as a woman who is bisexual — assuming that’s what describes you. I’m speaking as a gay man who has been intimate with a few bi-identified men, and also had social relationships with bi-identified women. I’m not sure that their experiences are the same.
P.S. I don’t mean this as a sharp rebuke or disagreement with your overall points, just as constructive criticism.