Wow! While I can easily think of 100 other amazing Massachusetts folks who deserve to be included on this list, I’m honored to represent Massachusetts on the Advocate’s list of “50 States, 50 Heroes,” alongside some folks I deeply admire, including Mandy Carter (NC);… Continue Reading “50 States, 50 Heroes”
I’m looking forward to being a “Featured Voice” at #mblgtacc2017 next weekend. Chicago, here we come! 💜💖💙
bisexual-books: Just a few of the badass BISEXUAL activists, authors, and educators that have been out there protesting for ALL our rights: Actor, author, and musician Alan Cumming HIV/AIDS activist Samati Niyomchai and activist educator Robyn Ochs with a friend You Tuber and Planned… Continue Reading “”
THIS IS A REALLY BIG DEAL: BACK ISSUES OF THE BI WOMEN QUARTERLY and NORTH Bi NORTHWEST ARE NOW ARCHIVED AND AVAILABLE VIA HARVARD UNIVERSITY’S SCHLESINGER LIBRARY. THE BEST PART: They have been digitized and are searchable and available to the public. I hope you’ll… Continue Reading “”
(via Yes, Bisexual Men Exist — and They’re Tired of Having to Convince You They’re Real) How lovely: a thoughtful article about bi men!
bisofcolour: Bi’s of Colour book, edited by Asha, Jacq and Nila Are you a bisexual/pansexual/fluid person of colour?Do you live, work or study anywhere in Europe? If you answered YES, then read on! We are making plans to write a book about the lives… Continue Reading “”
bidyke: [Image: Dark purple background with messy white ‘scratches’. Text below.] My favorite definition for bisexuality so far is the one popularized by (the wonderful) bisexual activist Robyn Ochs. Ochs says, “I call myself bisexual because I acknowledge that I have in myself the… Continue Reading “”
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 “”
September 2016 marks my 40th anniversary of identifying as bisexual. Here’s a piece I wrote marking the occasion: https://wkypride.org/2016/09/19/on-bi-visiblity/
profeminist: Graphic source Alan Cumming clearly and eloquently describes his own experience of identifying as a bisexual man..