Tag: bisexual activism

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.… Continue Reading “Exploring the Umbrella: Bisexuality and Fluidity”

After several weeks at home [almost] finishing up a new book, REC*OG*NIZE: The Voices of Bisexual Men—An Anthology that I am co-editing with the amazing Dr. Herukhuti, I begin touring this week. Here’s where I’ll be during my first big tour: Jan 28: Potomac State… Continue Reading “”

The way a question is asked will — in large part — determine the answers you will receive. Please remember his when designing data collection tools and also when talking to your friends.

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”

If your community is actually really big but no one knows it because social scientists can’t get funding to research it…because it’s not big enough, you might be a #bisexual. (via tiggyupland)

Did you know: If you would like to be kept informed of the Obama administration’s ongoing activities to advance LGBT equality, you can sign up here: http://www.whitehouse.gov/webform/sign-updates-issues-impacting-lgbt-community

Getting Bi, electronically (how to read a book and support bi activism at the same-time)

Did you know that the 42-country anthology, Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World (edited by Robyn Ochs & Sarah E. Rowley), is available as e-book?   Even better, 100% of proceeds benefit the Bisexual Resource Center. 

I spoke at Pace University in Manhattan on October 16th. It was a lot of fun, with folks from campus and from the community. Good people, good discussion. Thank you, Kelly and Denarii, for organizing my visit and making me feel so welcome.

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