I grew up around adult material readily available or accessible in the 70-80's with the magazines and books created back to from the 50's as well as the 60's. I learned we needed to realize the differences of whether people are referring specifically to the sexual acts of others by their sexual preferences independent and irrelevant of their gender. The suffix sexual relates to the predetermined early onset of sexual ideas and the predilections of an individual's sexuality ie; transsexual, bisexual and straight which in all technicalities straight might be considered monosexual. I'm getting to my point that............ If I refer to a transgendered woman I'm acknowledging the girl inside of which medically diagnosable dysphoria means he's a woman and she's a man! So when I say she male or drag queen I'm being very direct, but respectful to the semantics as most of our best sexual language was introduced through from some form of smut softcore to hard whether directly or indirectly. Bisexuality is as simple as a taste for all sexual organs (the skin your in, included) rather than the limits of one sex. Whether we act on it is a matter of definition and if we are curious that's not the same and no reason to deny of ourselves gender specific activities. Just a rambling thought..........................and in case I bored you?