I have also read stuff about lesbians and gay people looking down upon bisexuals. Like how it's not 'real', and that they simply haven't decided which way they swing or whatever. It's really unfortunate to read that stuff given they of all people should be able to understand the complications of sexuality, but hey, all that proves is you've got nob'eds of all walks of life. Which is good (in a way), because it further solidifies the fact that people are people, regardless of their sexual orientation.
I wasn't even aware of this until I stumbled upon a random you tube stand up video that dealt with the issue. It was quite eye opening.
Even more ironic is how she's quickly supportive but also almost dismissive of the issues that transgender people go through. "They're kinda going on their own, they're doing fine lately." Everyone really does seem to focus on their own thing, which I guess is human nature, even if it's hypocritical at times. The ending to her stand up bit is also a good example of this, although hopefully that was only said for comedic effect.
Another good example is how frequently homophobic rap music can be, and then those same rappers turn around and write songs about having to deal with prejudice and bigotry themselves.