I am pleased to announce the birth of a new issue of Bi Women Quarterly. The theme is “Being an Activist.” Ellyn Ruthstrom is the guest editor of this issue. It’s an excellent issue, and you can read it here: http://biwomenboston.org/spring-20. Enjoy!
Back in January, Robyn sat down with bi.org to discuss coming out as bisexual, doing activism sustainably, and how the experience of being bisexual has changed over the years.
Read my op-ed in the Washington Blade: “Bi-pan-queer people need the Equality Act’s protections.”
Bisexuality Has Always Challenged Norms—Even in the Queer World Let’s use the 50th anniversary of Stonewall to embrace the full spectrum of our differences and desires. This essay is part of the Reclaiming Stonewall series published in The Nation magazine, June 2019.
Bisexual People have long felt excluded at Pride festivities. That’s finally changing. Columnist Zachary Zane recounts his own experience with biphobia at Pride and tells the stories of various others, including activist and editor of Bisexual.org, Talia Squires. Robyn is quoted regarding the “cultural… Continue Reading “Robyn featured in the Washington Post regarding Biphobia at Pride & the recent shift towards inclusivity”
The theme of this new issue of Bi Women Quarterly is “Non-binary x2 (or more).” We are pleased to present you with writing by Denarii Grace, Talitha Milroy, Emily Fisher, Sarah Jen, Christi Sessa, Natalie Perry, Mariah Cruz, Buffy Lee, Lila Hartelius, and Tania… Continue Reading “The Summer 2019 Issue of Bi Women Quarterly”
ROBYN OCHS—an independent speaker, teacher, writer, and LGBTQ+ activist—seeks a self-motivated, organized, dependable, and innovative administrative assistant. Strong communication skills (writing, email, phone manner, etc.) are essential, and you should be comfortable with social media, Microsoft Office Suite, and WordPress. Requires approximately 20 hours/week… Continue Reading “Work for Robyn”
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.
“The bisexual versus pansexual debate has been an ongoing conflict within the LGBTQ community for years, but advocates say the dispute over the two valid labels doesn’t actually help anyone.” Robyn and bi-pan advocate Heron Greenesmith discuss the harm caused by pitting multisexual identities… Continue Reading “Robyn Featured in a Bustle Article about the Need for Bi/Pan Solidarity”