For Bisexual Visibility Day, Lois Shearing explores that ways that non-bisexual people can celebrate and be better allies to the bi+ community. Today is Bisexual Visibility Day, a day dedicated to highlighting the issues faced […]
Despite all the erasure of bisexuality that may have happened this Pride season, Lois Shearing asks whether it is time to stop looking past visibility as the main issue facing the bisexual community, to focus on the systematic violence and oppression facing bisexuals
Bisexuals still struggle to find acceptance within LGBTQ+ circles. The all pervasiveness of social media only seems to deepen the divide. Andrew Macdougall explores why.
In light of yesterdays revelation that there is no separate Bi representation at Pride in London Karen takes the role of critical friend and asks what is Pride for?
Lois Shearing explores the ways in which bisexual erasure and over sexualised on-screen representations creates an environment in which being bisexual is seen as a behaviour rather than an identity.
As part of our month of talking about sex, Stephanie Farnsworth considers why aromantic is seen to mean emotionless, and asks whats so wrong with sex based on feelings other than romantic love?
Guest writer Lois Shearing spells out clearly the challenges faced by the increasing number of bi people in the UK today.
Can we have meaningful LGBTQ+ representation without showing same-sex PDAs? Danni Glover investigates.
In this guest post for The Queerness, a reader contributes their experience of being a non-monogamous bisexual person and navigating what that means for them.
February 29th is the day that women can traditionally propose to men. Danni Glover proposes that her marriage to a man could still be a queer one.