Did you know it’s IDAHOBIT? And bi the way…

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Bisexual erasure and biphobia are most definitely still things that exist BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE Here’s the thing, people. As a bisexual woman in a same-sex relationship, my bisexuality is more often than not lost in the binary static. At every LGBTQI event I attend, (bearing in mind, I probably attend more than your average queer-o) [….]

Fancy a free pair of tickets to this year’s BiCon? ‘Course you do.

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A weekend-long gathering for bi people, their friends, partners and allies BY LIBBY BAXTER-WILLIAMS BiCon has come a long way since it began as a one day conference on the politics of bisexuality. Now in its 37th year (yep, that’s right), BiCon has become the highlight of the bi+ community calendar. This year BiCon takes [….]

Why we need to talk about bi women and victim blaming

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“Bisexual women are used to feeling invisible – instead, let’s create queer spaces that are genuinely inclusive” BY RUTH DAVIES The tension between feeling “too gay” when you’re around straight people and “not gay enough” when you’re in queer spaces can be uncomfortable, frustrating and erasing. Thankfully, more bi people are speaking up about bi-erasure [….]

12 gorgeously queer Valentine’s cards to make your sweetheart swoon

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It’s time to get adorable BY ROXY BOURDILLON  Struggling to find the perfect V-Day card for that special someone? Stress no more, because we’ve rounded up the best queertastic love notelets for you to choose from. Let the romancing commence! 1. The Lady, The Tramp And The Superhero Power Couple. £3.25, ProyectoAlegria SPONSORED CONTENT Transfer your debt to a card with [….]

The ultimate playlist for lez/bi women

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Emily Bashforth handpicks her favourite tracks for girls who like girls BY EMILY BASHFORTH  Music is a wonderful form of emotional expression and is somewhere members of the LGBTQ+ community can find comfort. Members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies produce relatable songs about the struggles an LGBTQ+ individual may face or simply switch up the gender pronouns in your [….]