I gave up referring to myself as "bisexual" long ago. Although it is accurate, it does not show the full picture of who I am. In recent culture the term "queer," has become in vogue. Conveniently vague, it is an umbrella term for anyone who is not straight. In my case, it can mean attracted to men, women, gender fluid, trans, or whoever.
The term "bisexual," is riddled with stereotypes. Personally, I think of one of those straight girls who kisses other girls because it's fun and turns on the guys. That's what "bisexual" conjurs up for me. The term also seems to provoke hesitancy and wariness in people. Which are you going to choose? If you date one gender, are you going to miss the other? Do bisexuals fuck more people than straight or gay?
These questions don't even make any sense. As a "queer," person who by definition is ill-defined, I can play around with different gender roles and looks, which suits my well-balance feminine-masculine personality.