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tesis: FORMACIÓN DEL AUTOCONCEPTO DE LA IDENTIDAD BISEXUAL UN ESTUDIO DE DOS CASOS MASCULINO Y FEMENINO EN CIUDAD DE MÉXICO

This thesis was graciously shared with us so that their research could be shared with the community. I submit in doc form as to protect their copyright. tesis: FORMACIÓN DEL … Continue Reading tesis: FORMACIÓN DEL AUTOCONCEPTO DE LA IDENTIDAD BISEXUAL UN ESTUDIO DE DOS CASOS MASCULINO Y FEMENINO EN CIUDAD DE MÉXICO

Support The BiCast

You can contribute directly via PayPal or Made especially for my sister. 20% of the net profits will be donated to The BiCast, founded by Lynnette MFadzen, for their work … Continue Reading Support The BiCast

Save Orashia Edwards

Orashia Edwards is a bisexual man who has been fighting for asylum in the Uk. He is in immediate threat of deportation back to Jamaica where his public admission of … Continue Reading Save Orashia Edwards

Matt not Maya Indiegogo Campaign

Click here to support a documentary on a year in the life of a transgender youth. All proceeds go to production costs. The goal is help others get through their … Continue Reading Matt not Maya Indiegogo Campaign

Bisexual Health Awareness Month: Loss of community after coming out “Bi”

#bihealthmonth–Our mental health is very dependent on acceptance and support from those around us. For many in the bisexual community the fact they will be shunned and discounted by their … Continue Reading Bisexual Health Awareness Month: Loss of community after coming out “Bi”

Collecting Mental Health Links 2015

We will be collecting links to articles and resources we find. March is  Bisexual Mental Health Month 2015.

“Open Letter to Bisexual Activists of Color from Gwendolyn Fougy Henry”

“BIWOC is interested in connecting with all Bisexual Activists of color, please read more on steps on how to connect with BIWOC” https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fTincvckc5CIcrdCPbzm7PspdoiIyqrkl8rhtf8N4ds/edit Read Gwendolyn’s Biscuit Article on why she … Continue Reading “Open Letter to Bisexual Activists of Color from Gwendolyn Fougy Henry”

A Holiday Message from The BiCast

I am taking a much-needed break over the holidays. We have been at it pretty hard. I had wanted to do a show on surviving the holidays but will collect … Continue Reading A Holiday Message from The BiCast

“I thought they were gay?”

Recently an article was shared in a Bi Facebook group about celebrities everyone thought were gay but actually bisexual. It was filled with celebrities stating they are attracted to men … Continue Reading “I thought they were gay?”

SaintZero Headphone Bleed with Mick Collins

Lynnette had a completely rocking time with Mick Collins, author of “Night Shall Overtake” (completely rocking book too) on his internet radio show Saintzero Headphone Bleed. you can catch the … Continue Reading SaintZero Headphone Bleed with Mick Collins

National LGBTQ Task Force Has A New Name — Will It Have More Inclusive Programs to Match?

Excerpt from interview with Audrey White for AUTOSTRADDLE

#spiritday

Stand against bullying! Wear purple and make your profile pic purple for #spiritday 10/16 at http://glaad.org/spiritday #LGBT

Spectra Speaks: Bye, Bye, Bi?? Ridiculous

After catching up on the LGBT Task Force debacle (in which they published an article called “Bye Bye Bi”… sigh), I feel compelled to state publicly: I deeply value and … Continue Reading Spectra Speaks: Bye, Bye, Bi?? Ridiculous

Bisexual Awareness Week #BiAllies

Today is the final day of the campaign to bring awareness about our bisexual community and it’s issues to the rest of the world. We conclude with #BiAllies. We asked … Continue Reading Bisexual Awareness Week #BiAllies

Random Lights

Beautiful work. Many of them you know. LARKER Issue 2: Random Lights Flaring in Our Chests A Bisexual study featuring: Kathy Acker, Faith Cheltenham, Vinayak Das, Marlene Deitreich, Isadora Duncan, … Continue Reading Random Lights

KBOO BiVisibility Interview

Cameron and Lynnette had a great interview with Alan Silver of Outloud. Out Loud celebrates Bi Visbility Day with Portland-area bi organizers and authors.

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