In the first part of a series where we explore the coming out experiences of real people rather than those in the limelight, our first guest writer Laura Henares Vinaches, from Spain, gives us her very personal account of her coming out experience and discusses issues around biphobia and invisibility.
Lois Shearing discusses the often hostile discourse around bisexuality, opposite sex relationships and the unfair bias the communities we all exist within, often promote or demonstrate.
Lois Shearing describes the journey through to this years first Bi Pride float and why Bisexual Visibility is so important.
Guest writer Alex Rivers takes us on a biographical personal journey through his burgeoning sexual identity.
Our guest writer, Alex Wainwright, explores in this personal essay his various identities as a bisexual man, a parent and the conflicts between them.
For the week of the bi flags 19th birthday (because lets be real, everyone loves a birthday week) Lois Shearing explores what the bi flags means to the community it represents.
In light of recent biphobic articles published by queer media outlets, Lois Shearing addresses some of the myths perpetuated both outside of and within the LGBTQ+ community.
Lois Shearing explores what it means to be out, but not out-out as a bisexual and why it's important to respect our identity, even if we sometimes let ourselves 'pass'.
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 by the bi+ community, but also celebrating our diversity and resilience. Maybe you've seen a few people posting about it … Continue reading How to celebrate Bi Visibility Day if you aren’t bi
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