OPINION: No recognition of bisexuality

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Jovana Ivetic explores if it’s easier to come out as gay than bi BY JOVANA IVETIC Bisexuality is the romantic or sexual attraction towards both males and females, or to more than one sex or gender. The modern definition of it started to take form in the 19th century. Two centuries later, bisexuals still have [….]

VIEWS: Why Bisexual Health Month is (so very) important to me

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APRIL KELLEY: “As a teenager, I presumed bisexuality was only ever a segue into lesbianism” WORDS BY APRIL KELLEY. PHOTOS RYAN DANIELL Every March for the last seven years, the wonderful, Stateside Bisexual Resource Center have been presenting #BiHealthMonth – the campaign I didn’t realise I needed in my life and, in light of the research, [….]

Why Liam Payne’s Both Ways fetishises bisexual women

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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 [….]

OPINION: How I learned to own my bisexuality

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“It’s hard to see yourself as real when the rest of the world tells you you’re not” WORDS BY JESSICA BONNIE, IMAGE BY SAMANTHA GARROTE FOR PEXELS It took me 27 years to realise my “radical self-acceptance” was hinged on performing my bisexuality for the approval of other people. “YOLO” was my identity in my [….]