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Report on State Liberal Party dissent over the establishment of a GLBTI advisory committee was published in The Age 6 May.
Released in February 2012, The Bisexuality Report collates existing research on bisexuality. It aims to inform and improve practice and policy regarding people who are bisexual by highlighting specific concerns and experiences of this population. Topics include: bisexual experiences and … Continue reading
This blog is by a woman who shares her journey to bisexuality (including coming out as lesbian and then bisexuality later) and responds to a number of myths about bisexuality – the comments below are quite good too! this…is a … Continue reading
This article discusses the non sequitur of discrimination by lesbians against women who are bisexual is written by a woman who identifies as lesbian.
James Dominguez (President) and Kathi Wilson (committee member) appeared on Alphabet Soup – Channel 31, which went to air 23 May 2011. The panel show discussed a range of matters about bisexuality, including myths and discrimination.
The following article was originally published in the Star Observer and was written by two Bi-Alliance members, Sally Golder (Treasurer) and Kathi Wilson. Speaking out – Biphobia exists and it hurts As members of groups that support and advocate for … Continue reading
Bisexual Alliance Victoria (BAV) continued the representation of the bisexual community at Pride March this year with nearly 20 members taking part on the day. Once again however the marchers received bi-phobic harassment from some members of the crowd that … Continue reading