Tag: lgbt studies

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… Continue Reading “”

Keynoting the OutStanding Conference at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, October 26th.  It was a wonderful conference full of energy, enthusiasm and a passion for social justice. I left Knoxville feeling uplifted and hopeful.

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. 

Robyn’s Campus Adventures

I still can’t quite believe it, but I’m FULLY booked through January 2014! I’m now looking ahead to February and beyond. Here’s where I’ll be from now until the end of October 2013: September 20. Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH)September 24. Rollins College (Winter Park, FL) September 25. Florida… Continue Reading “Robyn’s Campus Adventures”