Tag: lgbtq

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”

Interesting HuffPo article on Hetoflexible and Homoblexible identities

Labels work great when you’re writing a book, giving a presentation or explaining to others who you are. But the truth is that these labels are limiting and only box people in, restricting what they are and can become. Are ‘Heteroflexible’ and ‘Homoflexible’ Shades… Continue Reading “Interesting HuffPo article on Hetoflexible and Homoblexible identities”

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.

Tré Melvin Comes Out on His YouTube Channel [VIDEO]

Anytime somebody decides to make the choice to put their sexuality into the limelight, they are making a choice to be brave for someone else as well. Because they’ve come out, maybe it gives someone else hope that they can be true to themselves… Continue Reading “Tré Melvin Comes Out on His YouTube Channel [VIDEO]”

Tré Melvin Comes Out on His YouTube Channel [VIDEO]

Anytime somebody decides to make the choice to put their sexuality into the limelight, they are making a choice to be brave for someone else as well. Because they’ve come out, maybe it gives someone else hope that they can be true to themselves… Continue Reading “Tré Melvin Comes Out on His YouTube Channel [VIDEO]”

Tré Melvin Comes Out on His YouTube Channel [VIDEO]

Anytime somebody decides to make the choice to put their sexuality into the limelight, they are making a choice to be brave for someone else as well. Because they’ve come out, maybe it gives someone else hope that they can be true to themselves… Continue Reading “Tré Melvin Comes Out on His YouTube Channel [VIDEO]”

As we enter 2014

As 2013 comes to a close, and 2014 begins: 16 states and D.C. have extended marriage to same-sex couples, and now 36% of the country’s LGBT population lives in a state with marriage equality.6 states have extended civil unions or domestic partners to couples… Continue Reading “As we enter 2014”

To be notified when the new bi men’s anthology comes out, send your email address to us: bimen2013@gmail.com. It’s getting closer to being completed, and it’s going to be amazing!

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

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 “”

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