Tag: lgbt campus

I’ll be speaking this week in Vermont, Connecticut and New Hampshire. The season is in full swing and my schedule is packed. I’m looking forward to all the people I have yet to meet, and those I’ll get to see again, and to the… Continue Reading “”

The Fall issue of the Bi Women Quarterly is OUT! The theme — Intersection: Geography. You can read it at www.biwomenboston.org and sign up for a free electronic subscription to this grassroots quarterly. 

After a nearly 3-year creative pregnancy, H. Sharif Williams (Dr. Herukhuti) and I are pleased to announce the imminent birth of a new anthology, RECOGNIZE: The Voices of Bisexual Men. RECOGNIZE is a collection of short fiction, creative nonfiction, personal narratives, critical essays and… Continue Reading “”

Rape 101. Stating — what should be — the obvious.

The academic year begins! Here’s my speaking schedule for September. You can view my extended calendar on my website: http://www.robynochs.com.

When Bisexual People Get Left Out of Marriage Robyn Ochs and her partner, Peg Preble, tied the knot after the ban on same-sex marriage was overturned in Massachusetts, the first U.S.

Rock the Vote!

Your deadline may be approaching. Register and Rock the Vote vote today. US Citizens: are you registered to vote yet? Exercise your rights. If you don’t, they might atrophy and fall off.  Rock the Vote!

WORDS MATTER In mid-July, I was on the faculty and also a keynote speaker at Camp Pride 2014 (campuspride.org). For my keynote, rather than give a speech (I can do those too!),  I did a version of my Beyond Binaries program. Seventy campers completed… Continue Reading “”

Challenging the traditional coming out narrative during my Beyond Binaries program at Campus Pride Summer Leadership Camp. Just want y’all to know that I’m booking academic year 2014-2015. I have only 2 or 3 dates left open for the fall, and lots in the… Continue Reading “”

I am just home from an amazing week at Campus Pride Summer Leadership Camp where I had the privilege of spending time with over a hundred amazing people, mostly LGBTQ+ and ally college students from schools all across the United States. I go to… Continue Reading “”

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