Tag: Bi Women Newsletter

Call for writing for the Bi Women Quarterly!

Amen!

Hooray! A new issue of the Bi Women Quarterly! This issue’s theme: “Mental Health” Read it (and sign up for a free subscription if you’d like one) here:http://www.biwomenboston.org/ Please spread the word!

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….

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…

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…

The theme of the new issue of Bi Women is “The Bi*-Trans* Connection.” I’ll begin by explaining why “bi*” and “trans*,” rather than “bi” and “trans”: These terms reference the constellation of identities that people use to describe, respectively, non-binary sexual orientation and gender…

Bi Women Newsletter: Call for Submissions (The Bi*/Trans* Connection)

bisexual-books: Welcome to Bi Women Boston, the home of the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network and Bi Women, a quarterly newsletter produced in Boston for women everywhere.The theme for the Winter 2014 issue will be “The Bi*/Trans* Connection.” Because our very existence challenges societal binaries, bi* and…

“Bisexual Enough?”

Welcome to Bi Women Boston, the home of the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network and Bi Women, a quarterly newsletter produced in Boston for women everywhere.The theme for the Fall 2013 issue is “Bisexual Enough?” “Bisexual Enough?”

Would YOU like a free subscription to Bi Women, a quarterly grassroots publication currently edited by Robyn Ochs? Not only is it free, but it’s also easy to sign up.  Just click here.   You can find the current issue and recent back issues on our…