If we could all stop assuming other's sexual orientations.
One thing that crawls under my skin is when people assume my sexual orientation based on irrelevant things: my appearance, vocabulary, interests, body language, etc. These things have absolutely nothing to do with it.
Most common assumption: I'm a cis gay man.
Most adequate correction: I'm a visible trans guy and I'm not gay.
My orientation really has been an all you can eat sexuality-smorgasbord ... I've thrown labels like bowling balls full force down open lanes from straight to bi to rainbow dyke grrrl to queer to twinky gay boy to pansexual to sometimes now I think I'm just actually heteroflexible 😂 I'm left with twirls and swirls of sexuality, past to present, love with or without labels and the freedom of fluidity.
Your sexual orientation is whatever you create of it. Be proud of these pieces of you. Sexuality isn't something to assume, stereotype or shame. Let's stop.