In the last few years, I have grown weary of hearing the word bipolar. For a rare condition it seems as if over half of the mentally ill people in the United States have this label. Then I started to realize maybe all of human nature is bipolar; what with the ups and downs of life.
The word bisexual is another word that I hear a lot of. The magazine Psychology Today even had an article that read something like 80% of humans are bisexual, with very few of us going entirely one way or the other. I would venture to say that since this pisses people off hearing it, there must be some truth to it.
The great Philosopher, Kurt Cobain, once had a song back in the 90’s where he said “What else can I say, everyone is gay.”
Next up we have bi-vocational. As a writer, I realize very few writers can support themselves off of their writing alone. Most are either educators or businessmen. Most people in general have two or more jobs. This includes some people who make six figures a year. The latter may have one full-time job, one side business and be partner in one or more businesses which generate passive income in addition to the other two.
When I think about that last sentence, I almost get tired just thinking about all of those hours.
So we have bipolar, bisexual, and bi-vocational. What’s next? Bifocals?
“In the beginning God made them, um, not really sure what they are now.”- Paraphrased Politically Correct Bible
The Bible says God isn’t the author of confusion. But no one really knows what they are doing and we are constantly running around, acting confused but trying to hide it, and telling people how smart we are. If you have to tell people how smart you are, then you aren’t. It’s kind of like a true prophet will never call himself a prophet.
I once saw a trans person running back and forth at a fast food place. The shift manager told him/her to choose one I think he was talking about the restrooms.
Facebook has an option for custom under the gender section of your profile. Maybe if I customize myself, I can start dating myself. I may find out that I am the person I have been waiting for all these years.
Where have I been all my life?
Gender: 1) Male 2) Female 3) It’s the 21st century, we have more options than this!
Last count we were up to 75 genders now. How’s that for evolution? You can study this in college. Along with the science of Batman. Anything to get people to enroll.