jarhead5536 saidNever met a bisexual person. Ever. In my entire life.
Your point being? I mean, there's a whole heck of a lot of things any individual will never experience in their "entire life." So this means what then? I submit that your experiences in life are extremely important, but only to you and rarely to anyone else. In other words: the world has almost nothing to do with you and your experiences.
We can all provide opinions on the existence or not of anything based on our limited experiences. But there are opinions and there are facts.
How do you determine, factually, that something exists? You develop a test for it, and execute the test. You have a bunch of people around the world repeat the test. Eventually a consensus emerges.
I think anyone who isn't too sure of their own view of the world to go type a few characters into Google or WikiPedia will see that, in fact, many experiments have been devised by reputable researchers and, in fact, have determined that bisexuality exists.
On the other hand. Santa Claus and unicorns, however, seem to have no such experimental or factual support.
I don't know, but I've been seeing a lot of this kind of thing in these forums lately. There are people all over here who seem so sure of "the facts" based on their own worlds, that they don't even bother to spend a few minutes on the Interwebs to check how their world view jives with the world of verified facts.
It's starting to get to me, as would be obvious from this pedantic post.