We’ve made amazing progress this year on the marriage equality front, as this map demonstrates. My thanks go out to every single person who spoke up, came out, rallied, wrote letters, spoke to their friends, families and coworkers, donated money to advocacy organizations and… Continue Reading “”
Here’s where I’ll be speaking during the coming week (October 27-31). http://www.robynochs.com
The Advocate magazine features: Letter to My Younger Bi Sisters – reprinted from the Bi Women Quarterly. Yay, Gwen! http://bisexual-community.tumblr.com/post/97161985662/the-advocate-magazine-features-letter-to-my-younger-bi
Today is the first day of Bisexual Awareness Week. Focus: bi history (bistory). Here’s a photo from January 1993 when the Donohue Show did its first (and perhaps only) show focusing on bisexuality. Here we are posing with Phil and the show’s producer.
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.
AND ON THE FLIP SIDE:If you identify as bi* and have had a POSITIVE experience with a health provider related to your sexual orientation, PLEASE tell me what happened — today. You can post here or else send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
If you identify as bi* and have had a negative experience with a health provider related to your sexual orientation, PLEASE tell me what happened — today. You can post here or else send me an email: email@example.com. Thank you.
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 “”
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 “”