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.
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’.
The tension between collective power and individual rights is being brought to the attention of many by how Trade Unions address LGBTQ+ rights
Gareth Davies, a guest writer explores how the issue might play out.
Erin Judge is a bisexual author and stand-up comic from Los Angels. As the excitement of bisexual Visibility Month wares off, Lois Shearing caught up with her to discuss winning a Bi Book Award for her first novel, ‘Vowel of Celibacy’.
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 […]
Amid signs of an emboldened far right on both sides of the Atlantic, Sam Hope explores how a distorted version of “free speech” has become toxic.
Following the incident in which no bisexual organisations were going to march in the Pride in London parade until UK Pride gave up half their slots, Lois Shearing addresses the isloation that young bi people may feel during Pride season.
Can a religion that places heavy focus on balancing male and female energies and uses wombs and fertility as symbols of feminine power ever be truly inclusive and welcoming to queer and gender variant people? Lois Shearing explores what it means to be queer and Pagan.
February was LGBT history month. It has been celebrated across the country with talks, flag raising and events. Karen Pollock talks to the founder of the LGBT History project North East about why our history matters for more than 1 month of the year.
In a very personal piece, first published on burntroti.com, guest writer Pamela Chabba shares her own coming out story as a British South Asian woman