Published April 15, 2014 We discuss Labels with Shiri Eisner, Author of BI: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution and Cameron Kude, a local activist in Portland Oregon. Download Here
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As usual he articulate what I can’t. Lynnette
Published April 3, 2014 We have our first feedback contributions! Will and Lynnette read audience feedback Download Link
March 2014 was a stellar month for the Bi World and to joining us to discuss it is the President ofBiNetUSA, Faith Cheltenham. Download Link
It is rumored we do not have a culture, community, books and so forth Bisexual Books on Tumblr is proof that we do. And there is so much more….
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It’s always the way it has been. Clear back in the ’90’s, the CDC was referring to bisexual men as “non-gay-identified men-who-have-sex-with-men” (NGI-MSM). Things haven’t changed. Though the powerful will … Continue Reading The Monosexual Monopoly
Thanks to Lily of Greenpath Transcripts our podcast is transcribed! Episode 01 BiCast Episode 01 (.doc) file Interview with Ellyn Ruthstrom for Bisexual Health Awareness Month Interview with Ellyn Ruthstrom … Continue Reading Audio to Text Files
Good news everyone. Because of your support we have purchased better recording software. I have worked with it before and besides higher quality sound and reliability it offers many features … Continue Reading Good news everyone Because of your support we…
First, you can click The BiCast startup fund link. Anything you can give will help us buy the equipment, software, and services to take our podcast to the next level. … Continue Reading How to Help The BiCast
Interview w/ Ellyn Ruthstrom of the BRC on Bi Health Download Link
Published March 15, 2014 We focus on our health for Bisexual Health Awareness Month. Included is our interview with Ellyn Ruthstorm, President of Bisexual Resource Center. Followed by John, Lynnette, … Continue Reading Episode 02: Bisexual Health Awareness Month
by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission. This 2011 report on bisexually is an important resource for our community. Since its Bisexual Health Awareness Month, it would be a good time … Continue Reading Bisexual Invisibility: Impacts and Recommendations