Tracing the timeline of my bisexuality

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“Barbies scissoring, I have learnt, was an obligatory part of being a Queer child” BY ELLA DEVEREUX, IMAGE BY ALEXANDRE DINAUT The first girl I ever loved I met at Sunday school when I was nine. I would stay with my grandparents every weekend and they would take me to church. We would study the [….]

VIEWS: My lifelong search for queer female friends

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“Growing up as a religious woman of colour, I felt like there was no-one that I could confide in” BY ALEXANDRA D’SA  I had friends, I promise. I wasn’t a recluse. I went to house parties and duly made my way through those alcopops that stained your mouth blue, shared a couple of large pizzas at [….]