Our Bi+ Youth With Mary Helen Hoelscher

thebicast-logo-1440x1440Published March 24, 2016
Dr. Mary Helen Hoelscher, from the The Bisexual Organizing Project, joins us to discuss our youth.
The focus of this year’s Bisexual Health Awareness Month.
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To mark Bisexual Health Awareness Month, HRC Foundation, in partnership with BiNet USA, The Bisexual Organizing Project, and the Bisexual Resource Center, released a guide to help bisexual people of all ages who are contemplating the important step of coming out.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF HELP-

Need help? We are here for you 24/7: 866-488-7386

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

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Bisexual Health Awareness Month 2016 / Julia Canfield

Julia Canfield of The Bisexual Resource Center joins Lynnette to share information on this year’s Bisexual Health Awareness Month campaign in March. With a focus on the unique needs and experiences of bisexual+ youth, the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) proudly proclaims March as Bisexual Health Awareness Month (BHAM) for the third year in a row.
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BHAM Logo with words(Logo by Kate Estrop)
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**Fun with the BRC 2016!**

Lynnette, Aud, (BiNet USA) Heather and Kate (Bisexual Resource Center) talk about the year past, present and future.
Heather Benjamin and Kate Estrop Co-Presidents, Bisexual Resource Center
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Bisexual Resource Center Board of Directors
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Lynnette McFadzen Secretary
BiNet USA
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Bi+: Self-Care and Intersecting Identities Day Long Institute

Take time this year to spend a focused and fulfilling day at the Creating Change Bi+ Institute where our theme will be self-care and intersectional identities. Bisexual, Pansexual, Polysexual, Fluid and Queer (Bi+) organizers are invited to participate. We are all united by being bi+, but we also have many other identities that shape our lived experiences as bi+ people. Identities such as people of color, elders, youth, trans, gender nonconforming, disabled, neurodiverse and many more make up our diverse community. Learn how to nurture and care for yourself and your communities while bringing your whole self into these spaces. Discussions will include Intersectionality, Biphobia and Monosexism, and learning how to develop programs. We will also have open space for attendees to suggest topics and a space for exploring the Bi+ Agenda for the future.

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