Okay, you know what though, fuck this gif response. Piper’s sexuality is beautifully portrayed as fluid and label-less, and for her that works. I really identify with Piper’s character, and I do not feel that the bisexual label represents me. I understand that bi-invisibility is an issue, but I don’t think that was the intent of this character; Piper’s character is meant to represent the fluidity of sexuality without identification. There is no need to staple a label onto a character who is trying to exemplify the complexities of sexual attraction and love. It’s perfectly summed up in her brothers quote; why does she have to be exactly anything? Why does she need to identify?