Steph Farnsworth reviews Purple Prose, an anthology of writing by bisexual people based in the UK
Yesterday the British LGBT awards claimed to be bi inclusive by promoting its largely unknown Lesbian and Bi women group. Karen Pollock explores the reasons why they have fallen short of the mark.
Stephanie Farnsworth examines the idea that bisexual people experience “straight privilege”
Christopher Biggins’s removal from ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ and subsequent denial of biphobia show just how far we have to go when it comes to recognising and addressing our own prejudices. Guest writer Holly Matthies writes for The Queerness.
Stephanie Farnsworth examines the issue of intimate partner violence and how it has seeped into bisexual life.
David Bowie’s queerness is most closely associated with his music, but how does it manifest in his film career? James Gent offers a whirlwind retrospective.
In his latest guest post for The Queerness, Steve Topple discusses them minefield that is dating as a bisexual man.
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.
For Bisexual Health Month, Stephanie Farnsworth examines the health issues bisexual people are facing
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.