When Katy Perry sang 'I Kissed A Girl', it wasn't necessarily her saying: "Guys, I'm a lesbian." It was more about feeling empowered to be outspoken and free to choose and pick, and say things.
That's what 'Girls' is about and it's really exciting - I'm not the only one doing it. A lot of people have been doing it throughout the years. I'm just joining the pack.
The track has sparked debate online, but one of the highest-profile statements coming from openly bisexual musician Hayley Kiyoko. The star, responsible for hits like 'Girls Like Girls', weighed in on the debate with a tweet which has since gone viral.
It's likely these conversations will have no bearing on the song's inevitable success, but 'Girls' has at least opened the floodgates for open, nuanced discussions of bisexual representation in the music industry.