Because just being gay isn't complicated enough.
In the U.S., bisexuals are seen as greedy, swingers, people who can't make up their mind. They have their own stigma aside from homophobia. But it's a little bit different for us. Especially because we're so gender segregated. I'm sure bisexuality is something vastly under-represented in the Middle East. C'mon, I'm sure loads of kids have had "friends" that were a little too close or girls happily went to sleepovers at their friends houses before each got married and settled. Of course, some get married but can't settle, because they truly aren't attracted to the sex of their partner, and that's where real tragedy happens. But the people who are attracted to both sexes surely must shrug their shoulders and maybe think back sweetly on their youthful days.
Anyway. I don't exactly have a question, just an observation and a conversation started. Bisexuality means something so so much more different for us, for people in the Middle East. I have a secret theory that most people are a little bit bisexual anyway. But that manifests so differently when it's expected for women to stare at other women belly dancing suggestively. Not that I'm complaining about that.