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Bisexual Adults Face Heightened Risk for Health Issues Including Cancer, STDs and Depression: HRC Joins Call to Close Knowledge and Care Gap

Fear of biphobia in healthcare settings often leads to delay in seeking crucial care WASHINGTON – A research brief published today by the the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender … Continue reading

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MindOut! webinar on bisexuality

Bi-Alliance Secretary, Kathi, presented a webinar last Tuesday, 11 February for MindOut!. While the target audience was for professionals, this half hour webinar is also suitable for sharing with potential allies of bisexuals and people who are attracted to more … Continue reading

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New project looking for a young bi female

We have been contacted by the project manager (Christopher Bush) of a project for young people of school age. Called All of Us, the resource seeks to engage young people about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender matters by using real young people … Continue reading

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A woman’s struggle with her identity

A personal reflection on how the sullied label of bisexuality impacted on her ability to figure out her sexuality. She says: “Strange as it sounds, it’s my marriage which has enabled me to finally make my peace with the word … Continue reading

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Signs of improvement of bi representation on television

For some time if a character is bisexual, they have been ‘mad, bad or sad’ and used to add shock value. According to this article, this is slowly changing.

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Why it’s tough to be bisexual

Anna Pulley explores and reflects on the stigma attached to the label of ‘bisexual’, after being out as someone who is attracted to more than one gender for over a decade.

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Coming out as bisexual

Ellyn Ruthstrom of the US Bisexual Resource Centre recently spoke with Dan Savage for his Savage Love podcast about coming out as a bisexual. Although Dan Savage has shifted his point of view to acknowledging that bisexuality does exist, he is … Continue reading

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Celebrate Bisexuality Day Dinner – 23 September

Bisexual Alliance Victoria will be holding their annual dinner on Monday, 23 September for Celebrate Bisexuality Day. All bisexual, pansexual, queer and friendly people are welcome to join us at the Lord Newry Hotel, in Fitzroy North, from 7pm. About … Continue reading

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Why statistics and their interpretation matter

This article discusses how some of the recent Pew research on sexuality is being misinterpreted. We would like to add, that the cited Pew research doesn’t include information on what percentage of people who identify as bisexual are in committed … Continue reading

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A discussion of the term ‘biphobia’

As mentioned in a previous post, Bi: Notes for a bisexual revolution has recently been published. An excerpt that covers the controversy regarding the term biphobia. As Eisner says: “A term much-feared and slightly frowned upon, biphobia has often been … Continue reading

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