Tag: bi women

The theme for the new Winter 2017 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly (which I edit) is “Bi+ Spaces.” Read it here, and please help us spread the word by sharing and cross posting. Also, feel free to sign up for a FREE electronic… Continue Reading “”

CALL FOR WRITING! Here’s a final reminder that submissions to the next issue of the Bi Women Quarterly are due by May 1st. Please let me know if you intend to submit something for this issue by writing to me at biwomeneditor@gmail.com. Summer 2016:… Continue Reading “”

Call for writing for the Bi Women Quarterly!

The new Winter 2016 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly is OUT! The theme is “Partnering With Men,” and you can read it here: http://biwomenboston.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Winter-2016.pdf Please help us signal boost by re-posting far and wide. Thank you.

robynochs: CALL FOR WRITING: The Bi Women Quarterly seeks submissions on the theme: “Partnering With Men.” What has been your experience partnering with men? Tell us about challenges/ joys/ advantages/ disadvantages you have faced. We welcome news articles about current issues and events, creative… Continue Reading “”

The new issue of the Bi Women Quarterly is out! Click here to read it. Enjoy!

Kate Brown becomes country’s first openly bi governor, w/quotes from @robynochs & Faith Cheltenham. And here’s an article from the Washington Blade that quotes me and also Faith Cheltenham: http://shar.es/1WfgkR

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 “”

Good stuff! vanillaandlavender: buzzfeed: A look into the experiences of bisexual women who happened to fall in love with men.  Graphics by Chris Ritter too real

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR THE BI WOMEN QUARTERLY: The theme for the Fall 2014 issue will be “Intersection: Geography.” Tell us: How has your geographic location (where you are from, where you have lived and/or where you live now) affected your experience of your sexual… Continue Reading “”