Category: News & Updates

Robyn speaks on Channel Q’s DROP THE SUBJECT for Bi Day Friday

Robyn speaks with podcast hosts Ally Johnson and Kevin Klein about bisexuality, bi erasure, and 20BIteen! Listen to the whole episode here or wherever you get your podcasts.

Kyrsten Sinema’s Election & Bisexual Representation in Politics

A few weeks ago Arizona made history by electing America’s first openly bisexual senator. The Daily Beast covers Kyrsten Sinema’s ground breaking election and discusses biphobia and bisexual representation in American politics and the public sphere. Robyn was interviewed for this article and is…

The Fall 2018 issue of Bi Women Quarterly

Read Shayna Maci Warner in the new Bi Women Quarterly: “On October 8th, 2016, screams of queer elation sounded across the internet: Sara Ramirez, Tony Award-winner and star of Grey’s Anatomy, had just come out as bisexual. Some of us had respectfully restrained from speculating about…

Heteroflexibility & Supporting Non-Binary Sexualities

Refinery29 takes a look at Heteroflexible identity and the cries of biphobia that sometimes come along with it. Robyn was interviewed and quoted for this article, saying: “To argue over which word is the best and to disrespect other people’s choice of label is…

Defining Bisexuality on Refinery29

Refinery29 tackles the binary and cites Robyn’s definition of bisexuality in this article about what “Bisexual” really means for the community. Bisexual isn’t an outdated term, because it doesn’t actually reinforce the gender binary at all, and much of the confusion around the term is…

PinkNews’ 11 Bisexual Heroes

11 Amazing Bisexual Heroes Everyone Should Know About – PinkNews “Despite being the B in LGBT, bisexual people can feel overlooked and misunderstood. They’re also often subjected to complete nonsense, biphobia and ignorance. Thankfully, there are plenty of bisexual heroes out there championing bisexual…

Bi Women Quarterly

Dear Reader, The theme of this issue is “Chosen Family.” This term refers to those with whom we choose to have a significant and ongoing relationship and mutual support. This concept is particularly relevant to the LGBTQ+ community, as some of us are estranged…