Bi Trivia Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Bisexual Women On Television?

How well do you know your bisexual television characters? There is only one way to find out, and it’s right here right now. There’s no other way, I’m sorry this is it. You better take this quiz!!!! Also you should read Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2018: Why We Love Being Bisexual and So Can You. That’s unrelated to the quiz, it’s just a general life tip.

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  1. Good job!
    Quiz Grade: D
    Score: 12
    Percentage: 60%

    Pretty damn pleased with myself considering that I guessed on most of them – I knew 2 or 3 for sure. But I absolutely got the LA Law one – that story line made a big impression on baby-bi me watching LA Law in my dorm tv lounge.

  2. I got a D grade.

    Also, I was once challenged by a lesbian at an LGBT networking event for not being queer enough (I know). We were both drunk so I allowed her to subject me to a verbal quiz (I know). I half-jokingly passed all her tests.

    Her last question was “favourite L Word character?”

    Now, I’ve never watched the L Word, but I knew from the grapevine that Alice was the bisexual character, so I trotted out “Alice, of course.”

    She gave me a weird look, but I still left the conversation pleased with myself for proving my gayness.

    And now honestly I feel betrayed by Alice.

    And still pissed off at that lesbian.

    Great quiz though!

  3. Wow. I definitely don’t watch as much TV as you AS folks do. The only ones I really knew about were Rosa from B99 and even though I watched ALL OF TRUE BLOOD (god help me) I couldn’t remember some of the characters so I got that one wrong.

  4. I got an E … Good excuse to watch more TV, I need to know more bi characters obviously.

    But I have to say I got confused by question 14 because the love triangle in You, Me, Her is between Emma/Izzy/Jack, not Greg ! Greg is the name of the actor playing Jack

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