Hey, everyone! I wan’t y’all to know that I’m doing a full court press to get my fall speaking schedule in order. I’m planning to be out on the road from September through mid-November, and if you are interested in bringing me to your… Continue Reading “”
biresourcecenter: by Gwendolyn Fougy Henry, EdM, MSLIS. Bi women of color are self-identified trans, non-binary, and cis gender people who identify with their own personal definition of womanhood. We possess the capacity to form attractions to more than one gender and agender people. We… Continue Reading “How to Give Emotional Support to Bi Women of Color Guide”
On the road again! This week, I’m speaking at: University of Louisville (KY), Hopkinsville Community College (KY), James Madison University (VA), Brandeis University (MA) and the GLSEN Boston conference (MA). Exciting.
This is what bi [women] look like! If you identify as bi or want to be a bi ally, please consider subscribing to the Bi Women Quarterly. It’s a voice for women who identify in the middle sexualities (bi, pan, fluid, queer, omni, etc…) You… Continue Reading “”
Today is the first day of Bisexual Awareness Week. Focus: bi history (bistory). Here’s a photo from January 1993 when the Donohue Show did its first (and perhaps only) show focusing on bisexuality. Here we are posing with Phil and the show’s producer.
Hello all, on September 10th, 2014, from 2-3pm EST, I’ll be giving a FREE webinar: Understanding Bisexuality: Challenging Stigma, Reducing Disparities, and Caring for Patients” that is hosted by the National LGBT Health Education Center, The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health. For those for whom… Continue Reading “”
AND ON THE FLIP SIDE:If you identify as bi* and have had a POSITIVE experience with a health provider related to your sexual orientation, PLEASE tell me what happened — today. You can post here or else send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
If you identify as bi* and have had a negative experience with a health provider related to your sexual orientation, PLEASE tell me what happened — today. You can post here or else send me an email: email@example.com. Thank you.