Additionally, the thread which some on Twitter and elsewhere have cited as evidence it's a 4chan trick to create or provoke infighting, appears to have been deleted.
The hashtag alleges implores the gay, lesbian, and [gay/lesbian part of the] queer communites to reject bisexuality in the LGBT+ acronym as they are not genuine enough to be considered as a legitimate sexuality.
Or that they simply can't be trusted to stick around long enough whenever things get rough.
Are they correct?
Of course, it depends on whom one talks to. Talk to a bisexual and they'll say bisexuality or bisexuals are not a joke or punchline. They'll say or have said something along the lines of "bisexuals is a sexual orientation, an attraction to two genders, male and female; Three, if one wants to include transgenders.
Update: Four, or more, if one wants to include the 71 other gender identities.
But if one were to ask a gay/lesbian or straight person, they'll say, bisexuals are people who can't ever make up their mind and are a few screws loose of becoming either transgender or ex-gay.
When they'll figure out what they want to be, then we'll know.
Me, what I do I believe? At present, I'm neither here nor there. Of late, the majority of the bisexual activist community appears to be siding with transgender community against gays and lesbians, and even going so far as to support their racist, homophobic and misogynist policies instead of gay and lesbian social issues.
I don't know about anyone else, but that's a problem. The gay and lesbian social movement is at an important crossroads and needs to do some soul searching or else.
And time is running short.
In 2017, Philadelphia adopted a revised version of the flag with black and brown stripes, "to highlight black and brown LGBTQIA members within the city's community".
On February 12, 2018, during the street carnival of São Paulo, someone named Estêvão Romane unveiled an eight stripe LGBT flag with a white stripe in the middle as the 9th stripe, "representing all colors (human diversity in terms of religion, gender, sex preferences, ethinicities), and peace and union among all."
On June 4, 2018, The Supreme Court recently decided making a cake counts as constitutionally protected speech.
Meanwhile, where do bisexuals stand on all this? At last check, they were still having trouble deciding.
While they decide, here's one hashtag that cannot be denied no matter how hard they try: #DropTheT.