Free life sex
With the assumption that people with non-normative identities owe others an explanation for who they are, public life can become a minefield of questions about genitals and past sexual and romantic partners.
When a customer at the cafe I work at asked me in an incredulous whisper, "How do girls and girls have fun?
Indeed, several studies suggest that more young people and women identify as sexually fluid than any other demographic, while more and more research is being done with the conceptualisation of sex, gender and attraction as a spectrum, rather than a binary or a scale.
But for all the progress we've made in accepting the LGBT community, society still struggles with the idea that a person may never identify as gay, straight or any other label, and that attraction is perhaps more nuanced and dynamic than we realise.
In recent months, Miley Cyrus came out as genderqueer and started a charity for homeless queer youth.
Kristen Stewart predicted that, "in three or four years, there are going to be a whole lot more people who don't think it's necessary to figure out if you're gay or straight. Lily-Rose Depp came out as simply "not straight", and French-American musician So Ko chronicles her polysexual, fluid relationships on Instagram in a sparkly stream of shamelessness and creativity.
More young people are embracing the notion that human sexuality is dynamic, free and cannot easily be categorised.
Despite accusations it is "just a phase," sexual fluidity is now firmly in the mainstream, and could change everything.