Why Liam Payne’s Both Ways fetishises the bi community

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“Both Ways limits our understanding of sexuality to a sanitised and heterosexual reference-point” BY MEG MURPHY, BI PRIDE UK (@BISEXUAL_MEG). IMAGE YOUTUBE. On 6 December 2019, Liam Payne’s latest album was released and along with it his track, Both Ways. It is a song which explores a bisexual woman’s sexuality through the privilege-tinted glasses of [….]

Bisexuality: A tale of two loaves

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“Contrary to the stereotypes, being bisexual really isn’t like discovering the benefits of Hovis Best of Both…” BY ANT JACKSON Bisexuals. They’ve got it good right? They really are living the dating dream. So many options to pick and choose from, some may even say they get to be a bit greedy. Contrary to the [….]

#Biconic: 6 times we felt seen as bisexual women and non-binary people

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Contemporary bi representation at its finest BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS Happy #BiVisibilityDay, folks! To celebrate, here’s our list of some of the best moments of bi representation in the media. #BiFive. Yes, there’s still a long way to go in terms of representation for bi folk, but these beautiful slices of bi life on-screen have been both [….]

April Kelley: “Bi-erasure is real”

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We meet the filmmaker carving out space for bisexual women and non-binary people’s stories BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE. IMAGE: STILL FROM TREACLE Filmmaker, actor and bi advocate April Kelley grew up in Hertford, England. “When I tell people that, they ask, ‘Whereabouts in Hertfordshire?’ Nah, Hertford itself.” Though Hertford (not Hertfordshire) might be Kelley’s hometown, it [….]

One from the vaults: Bisexual lighting and why it’s definitely a thing

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It’s all about the pink, purple and blue, baby… BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE Bisexual lighting. That’s right. It’s a thing, and it’s glorious. The release of Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe’s electro-pop tune Make Me Feel has breathed new pink, purple and blue life into the Twitter-based discussion which brought the term “bisexual lighting” star-jumping its way into the big, [….]