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Bisexual Beanie from medusacreations on Etsy

bipridehollyThe Acorn Beanie is a fitted unisex hat style that can be worn by anyone. It can be made in a variety of lengths and in a variety of yarns, depending on it’s purpose.

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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Bisexual Queer Alliance Chicago Update with Jasmine Marshall

Lynnette talks with Jasmine of BQAC about the new board member drive and the upcoming Creating Change Conference 20116 being held in Chicago. The BQAC will be hosting the Hospitality Suite this year!
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“Hello Queer, Bisexual+, and Allied persons,
We are writing you to inform you of a great opportunity to attend the nation’s largest LGBT conference in the city of Chicago. It’s a great place to learn more about your community and network with other LGBT folks from Chicago and around the country.
Creating Change is a conference organized by the National LGBTQ Task Force where thousands of LGBT activists come together. This year the conference is taking place at the Hilton in downtown Chicago. The conference runs from January 20-24. Here is a link to their website: www.creatingchange.org
You can register for the conference and pay several hundred dollars to attend the full conference OR you can volunteer for a 4 hour shift at the conference and be able to attend that day’s activites for free. You can potentially attend the majority of the conference for free if you volunteer to help out.
Bisexual Queer Alliance of Chicago is putting together the Bisexual Hospitality Suite of the conference and we need volunteers to man the suite. Essentially, the suite serves as a safe space and a place of community for Bi+ persons. The volunteers’ task is to make sure that the right people are informed if there are any issues.
Are you interested?
If so, send us a email at bqachicago@gmail.com AND register at the following link: https://www.creatingchange.org/wanna-help/volunteer/
Tell us what days you are interested in and any special accomodations that we should provide.You are required to attend a 1 hour training the Sunday before the conference at sometime between 12pm and 6pm.  Otherwise, the days and times that you work are up to you. We will send out a list of specific times available as the day gets closer.
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Interview: #StillBisexual With Nicole Kristal

Lynnette talks with Nicole about the #StillBisexual campaign and the book she co-authored with Mike Szymanski. The Bisexual’s Guide to the Universe: Quips, Tips, and Lists for Those Who Go Both Ways
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Books Bi Us: AM Leibowitz, Passing On Faith

John Clark chats with the author about their great new book.
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Following his father’s death, Micah Forbes believes he can finally put the family who rejected him and their religious bigotry behind him. In a cruel twist, his older brother calls to tell him he’s inherited their father’s abandoned vacation home.
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Purple Prose: Bisexuality in Britain

We chat with Katy Harrad about the upcoming publication “Purple Prose” and its many contributors.

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BiCulture: Music Doesn’t Care with Mick Collins

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Published July 31, 2015
Mick Collins discusses music and the contributions bisexual artists have made.
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Interview: Larker Zine

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We chat with the creator of Larker. A beautiful bisexual themed publication celebrating our rich culture and history.
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LARKER Issue 2: Random Lights Flaring In Our Chests

Featuring: Kathy Acker, Faith Cheltenham, Vinayak Das, Marlene Deitreich, Isadora Duncan, Harrie Farrow, Fer Filol, Dani K O Flux, Robert Giard, Hannah Hoch, Mimi Hoang, Imani the Misfit, Lani Ka’ahumanu, Razi Marysol Machay, Robyn Ochs, Patrick RichardsFink, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Sylvia Rivera, Sapphire, Julia Serano, Edward Steichen, James L. Sword Jr., Seth Tisue.

LARKER Issue 3: Shown and Found

Featuring: June Jordan, Man Ray, Miss Missy, Efrain John Gonzalez, Verity Ritchie, Grace Jones, Tania Israel, Khafre Abif, Eliel Cruz, Kelly Mantle, Hew Wolff, Edward Weston, Nickolas Murray, Cazuza, Alex Bag, Concha Buika, Carl Van Vechten

 

 

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Books Bi Us: “The Other Me” by Suzanne Van Rooyen

Suzanne shares a little about her young character’s journey of gender
discovery. And we discuss the true face of LGBT acceptance in South
Africa today.
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“The Other Me” by Suzanne Van Rooyen

Fifteen-year-old Treasa Prescott thinks she’s an alien. She doesn’t fit in with the preppy South African private school crowd and feels claustrophobic in her own skin. Treasa is worried she might spend life as a social pariah when she meets Gabriel du Preez. Gabriel plays the piano better than Beethoven, has a black belt in karate, and would look good wearing a garbage bag. Treasa thinks he’s perfect. It might even be love, as long as Gabriel doesn’t find out she’s a freak. As Treasa spends time with Gabriel, she realizes she might not love him as much as she wants to be him, and that the reason she feels uncomfortable in her skin might have less to do with extra-terrestrial origins and more to do with being born in the wrong body. But Gabriel is not the perfect boy Treasa imagines. He harbors dark secrets and self-destructive tendencies. Still, Treasa might be able to accept Gabriel’s baggage if he can accept who she longs to be.

 

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Interview: Walter Thomas Beck III

Becca chats with Walter (our Bi Laureate) on various topics including the power of the written word for the bisexual community.
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Our Bi Laureate at Rally Against HJR-6 Terre Haute, Indiana October 11, 2013

Our Bi Laureate at Rally Against HJR-6 Terre Haute, Indiana October 11, 2013

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Meet The Crew: Walter Beck

Start the Revolution Without Me (by Walter Beck)

Identity: Family Portrait (By Walter Beck)

“Under The Pale Gray Moon” by Walter Thomas Beck III

Coattail Rider Blues (By Walter Beck)

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Bi:The Web Series and BiUSTV 2014

Cmaurice, John and Lynnette chat with Ashton Pina and David J Cork, creators of Bi:The Web Series. And they tell us all about BiUSTV. These talented folks are bringing us content for all colors, pushing the limits and thinking beyond the box!
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