Tag: Bi Community

BI WOMEN QUARTERLY: Call for writing and artwork

Dearest Bi, Pan, Fluid, Queer, etc. women, CALL FOR WRITINGfor the Summer 2014 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly:“Intersection: Age.” We don’t exist in a vacuum. Age is one of the intersections of identity that shapes how we experience our sexual orientations. Let’s have… Continue Reading “BI WOMEN QUARTERLY: Call for writing and artwork”

On tour! It’s been quite an amazing two weeks, with schools in West Virginia, Texas and Georgia and TWO major conferences: Creating Change and MBLGTACC. I was at Emory University in Atlanta on Monday and just slipped out before the big storm. Here’s what’s coming… Continue Reading “”

Exploring the Umbrella: Bisexuality and Fluidity

A growing body of research indicates that for some people, sexual attractions change over time. But that’s not an endorsement of ‘reparative therapy,’ nor is it a bad thing for our movement. This is one of the better articles about bisexuality I have read.… Continue Reading “Exploring the Umbrella: Bisexuality and Fluidity”

Bi folks (as a group) one of nine finalists for Person of the Year at Advocate.com

Person of the Year Finalists: We limited ourselves to selecting the 10 who were most influential on LGBT lives this year, and the resulting list of consequential figures represents the best of 2013. Did y’all know that bi folks (as a group!) were one… Continue Reading “Bi folks (as a group) one of nine finalists for Person of the Year at Advocate.com”

Bi folks (as a group) one of nine finalists for Person of the Year at Advocate.com

Person of the Year Finalists: We limited ourselves to selecting the 10 who were most influential on LGBT lives this year, and the resulting list of consequential figures represents the best of 2013. Did y’all know that bi folks (as a group!) were one… Continue Reading “Bi folks (as a group) one of nine finalists for Person of the Year at Advocate.com”

Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health

CALL FOR WRITING: The theme for the Spring 2014 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly will be “Mental Health: ”Recent research shows that women who identify as bi* engage in risk behaviors a a higher rate and have poorer health outcomes than do heterosexuals… Continue Reading “Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health”

Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health

CALL FOR WRITING: The theme for the Spring 2014 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly will be “Mental Health: ”Recent research shows that women who identify as bi* engage in risk behaviors a a higher rate and have poorer health outcomes than do heterosexuals… Continue Reading “Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health”