Interview: BiLaw with Nancy Marcus

Interview: BiLaw with Nancy Marcus

We welcome Nancy Marcus of BiLaw. A collective of legal minds focused on our issues and representation. [Read more…]

By The Bi: The Blazing Change Players

By The Bi: The Blazing Change Players

We are speaking with Morgan Barbour and Caroline Downs of Blazing Change Players. They pushing back on biphobia and bi-erasure. Giving much a needed voice to our community! [Read more…]

~~~~~~Happy BI-rthday!~~~~~~~

 

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We are a year old! Thank you all for sharing our journey.
We broadcast our first show one year ago today. Man we were raw. So much has happened. We have published 79 pieces total. Wow. Looking forward to the year ahead. Some new ideas are cooking. What would you like to hear more of?

Bi Health: Mixed Orientation Relationships “Bi/Gay” with R.J. Aguir and Will Shepherd

Bi Health: Mixed Orientation Relationships "Bi/Gay" with R.J. Aguir and Will Shepherd

We discuss Bi/Gay relationships and the issues associated with them. With R.J. Aguir and Will Shepherd of YouTube’s TheNotAdam and shep689. [Read more…]

Bisexual Health Awareness Month 2015 with BRC President Julia Canfield

Bisexual Health Awareness Month 2015 with BRC President Julia Canfield
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Bisexual Health Awareness Month

March 02 is the launch of the second Bisexual Health Awareness Month which focuses on our mental health. Joining us is Julia Canfield, the new president of the Bisexual Resource Center. [Read more…]

“Open Letter to Bisexual Activists of Color from Gwendolyn Fougy Henry”

“BIWOC is interested in connecting with all Bisexual Activists of color, please read more on steps on how to connect with BIWOC”

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fTincvckc5CIcrdCPbzm7PspdoiIyqrkl8rhtf8N4ds/edit

Read Gwendolyn’s Biscuit Article on why she set up BIWOC  here.

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BECAUSE 2015 with Camille Holthaus

BECAUSE 2015 with Camille Holthaus

We discuss the upcoming BECAUSE 2015 conference in April with Bisexual Organizing Project Director Camille Holthaus. And her recently published article “The Future of Bisexual Activism” which ties in with the conference’s theme this year. [Read more…]