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.
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This Bisexual Pride Flag offering is a total of 8″ from crown to brim. The unstretched circumference is 22 1/2″. It is crafted using Red Heart 100% acrylic yarns.
20% of the net proceeds for this hat will be donated to The BiCast, a Podcast for the Bisexual Community. For more information on the Portland, OR organization, look them up at http://thebicast.org. Thank you for your donation.
This beanie can be crocheted using any LGBTQ Pride Flag colors. Convo me if you wish to discuss colors. Otherwise, be on the lookout for more listings.
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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 bisexuality insures he will be in great danger and possibly death. Continue reading
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 journey. And they are valued.
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Kyle Schickner is donating his time as director.
#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 existing gay or lesbian community is very real. And incredibly damaging. Most are not aware there is a bisexual community to turn too. And chose to remain closeted. As we know this impacts us negatively. Pretending to be something you are not to keep the status quo contributes to poor self-esteem, internal biphobia, guilt and so much more. Continue reading
“BIWOC is interested in connecting with all Bisexual Activists of color, please read more on steps on how to connect with BIWOC”
Read Gwendolyn’s Biscuit Article on why she set up BIWOC here.
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 interesting links instead. We will resume after January 5th with a show favorite returning! Here is #bicelebhero Crystal Bowersox and her bi coming out song…
http://youtu.be/LkcsTX9FtBU Continue reading
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 and women and sleep with both. Statements like “I’m not gay. I’m not straight. But I don’t like labels.” I am paraphrasing a bit but you get the idea. Much discussion about this followed. Several points were brought up about lack of bisexual representation and the right of people to define themselves as they wish.
And then a friend posted this. I did not write it. But I wish I had. We lack #bicelebheroes to connect with. To validate us. To make coming out as bi just as heroic as coming out as gay. There are a handful. Which I admire and am very proud of. But the following is why being a role modal is important…..