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alphabetsoupcomic:Page 97!!  Happy Pride Month!! 

alphabetsoupcomic:

Page 97!!  Happy Pride Month!! 

bifeministagenda:The entire concept of “fake college bi girls” or somebody being “bisexual until…

bifeministagenda:The entire concept of “fake college bi girls” or somebody being “bisexual until…

[Cambridge MA USA]:  Bi+ Summer Potluck Picnic! Please join…


Boston MA USA Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) Bi+ Community Activities Meetup Group


Bisexual Resource Center’s 2017 Bisexual Plus Summer Potluck Picnic in Cambridge MA USA

[Cambridge MA USA]: 

Bi+ Summer Potluck Picnic!

Please join the members of the greater Boston area’s Bisexual+ Resource Center (BRC) on Saturday July 15th 2017 from 2 PM – 4 PM

for an informal summer social at Cambridge Commons Park. We encourage everyone to bring a potluck item to share.

This will be a great opportunity to meet other members of local Bi+ Meetup(s) and Groups you may not have had the opportunity to attend as well as connect with many of the nice people from the local Bi+ Community. Partners, friends, and allies are also welcome.

Rain date is Sunday July 16th or we will also consider moving indoors to Cambridge Common Restaurant if the weather warrants it.


Note: Bisexual+ (Bi+ for short pronounced “Bi Plus”) is *shorthand* for ALL Non-Monosexual people inclusive of but not limited to: Bisexual & Biromantic as well as Ambisexual, Flexisexual, Fluid, Heteroflexible & Homoflexible, Multisexual, No Labels, Omnisexual, Pansexual, Polysexual, Pomosexual, SGL (Same-gender Loving), Sapiosexual, Queer-identified, Questioning et al.

Additionally the Bisexual+ Community has always/will always include people of ALL genders/gender identification including but not limited to: Androgynous, Cis, Genderqueer, Gender-Nonconforming, Intersex, Non-binary, Trans, et al.

thefrizzkid: Your sexuality, your rules. Your body, your…

thefrizzkid:

Your sexuality, your rules. Your body, your choices. ✨

[Image: Set on a light pink background, drawing of the face of a young, pretty, feminine appearing, dark-skinned person, with classic West-African features. They have shoulder length hair in the Pink Purple and Blue colors of the Bisexual Pride Flag.

Their expression is calm with their eyes closed as if in deep thought or contemplation. Above to the left and below to the right are golden stars.]

Bi+ Research Study

biandboujeee:

I am seeking participants for a research study on the challenges (biphobia in particular) that bi+ women experience while participating in LGBTQ activism on campus. 

Anyone who… 

  1. identifies as a woman to some degree who also experiences attraction to more than one gender (including but not limited to: bisexual, pansexual, polysexual, queer, fluid),
  2. is a current undergraduate student (or recent graduate) who is (or has been) involved in at least one LGBTQ student organization on campus, 
  3. and is interested in sharing their experiences 

…is encouraged to fill out this brief survey to be eligible to be interviewed!

bialogue-group: There Are No Closets In Tipis … … and no…

bialogue-group:

There Are No Closets In Tipis

… and no pipelines, police, prisons, and weapons manufacturers in a Two Spirit LGBTQIA paradise. ~Jen Deerinwater, a  DC-based

bisexual+, two-spirit, disabled, journalist,  activist, and member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.  They were among those who protested the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at Standing Rock in 2016.

Deerinwater pointed to Capital Pride sponsor Wells Fargo’s involvement in the Dakota Access Pipeline, which spawned protests from the Standing Rock Sioux and allies, as one reason for concern, ‘Wells Fargo is one of the primary financial backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline,” she said. “As an indigenous person and as a queer person, I cannot understand why Capital Pride would work with an organization that is actively causing harm to our community members.”    ~Indigenous Resistance: Crushing Colonialism

#NoJusticeNoPride #TwoSpiritNation#BiFuriousNotBicurious

There Are No Closets In Tipis …… and no…

There Are No Closets In Tipis

… and no pipelines, police, prisons, and weapons manufacturers in a Two Spirit LGBTQIA paradise. ~Jen Deerinwater, a  DC-based

bisexual+, two-spirit, disabled, journalist,  activist, and member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.  They were among those who protested the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at Standing Rock in 2016.

Deerinwater pointed to Capital Pride sponsor Wells Fargo’s involvement in the Dakota Access Pipeline, which spawned protests from the Standing Rock Sioux and allies, as one reason for concern, ‘Wells Fargo is one of the primary financial backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline,” she said. “As an indigenous person and as a queer person, I cannot understand why Capital Pride would work with an organization that is actively causing harm to our community members.”    ~Indigenous Resistance: Crushing Colonialism

#NoJusticeNoPride #TwoSpiritNation#BiFuriousNotBicurious

“The ideas that only gay, lesbian, and transgender people would work at an LGBTQ organization and…”

“The ideas that only gay, lesbian, and transgender people would work at an LGBTQ organization and that only straight women marry men are both rooted in bi-erasure.”

Ms Candace Bond-Theriault, Esq. fromI’m Proudly Bisexual—and Being Married to a Man Doesn’t Change That in Self Magazine 2 June 2017

binetusa: BiNet USA Op-Ed: #BiQuestionsTrump by Faith…


Faith Cheltenham: “Kudos to the dreamers, the fighters, rule breakers and boundary makers. Keep on letter writers! Keep strong and carry on.”


Faith Cheltenham: “When I won a NLGJA Award for “Bisexuals at the gates”, due to an unfortunate amount of bi erasure I thought it best to wear the Bi Pride Flag”


Faith Cheltenham: “Personal and political threats to our bodies are something bisexuals are used to We are also familiar with fighting the fuck back”


Faith Cheltenham: “Kudos to the dreamers, the fighters, rule breakers and boundary makers. Keep on letter writers! Keep strong and carry on.”

binetusa:

BiNet USA Op-Ed: #BiQuestionsTrump by

Faith Cheltenham, VP BiNet USA 

Honestly? As a bisexual person of color, I have many questions for President Trump. And, I have questions for the bi+ community and our allies too––questions about who we are, what we stand for, how we’re surviving, and how we can hold each other, our leadership, and the President accountable.

Are you, like me, terrified for the present and futures of bi+ youth, trans youth, people of color (POC) youth, and bi+ trans POC youth? For all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual people? …

Is mainstream and LGBT media amplifying misinformation about bisexual people when they incorrectly report on bi+ celebs like Mel B, Angelina Jolie and Amber Heard and their very real experiences of violence? Is it that better or worse than when they neglect to report on our experiences at all? …

Once again, is our collective experience being used to sell records and films, to generate donations to organizations, and be silently consumed without a single whisper of “our letter” or an acknowledgment of our very existence? …

“Kudos to the dreamers, the fighters, rule breakers and boundary makers. Keep on letter writers! Keep strong and carry on.