Category: BiWoC

What do you all think of the bi lesbian term/ identity?

I think it’s great that there’s people who have found a way to describe their sexuality in a way that feels right and precise to them and I don’t think it is anyone’s business to debate, invalidate or police that.

In other words: if someone wants to call themselves a bi lesbian then they are a bi lesbian.

There’s plenty of reasons why someone might choose to use both labels and they don’t owe anyone an explanation as to why they identify that way. Their existence doesn’t take anything away from people who
exclusively identify as lesbian OR bisexual.

There’s literally no harm done, despite what some scaremongering gatekeepers (and biphobes) might be saying.

See also this post; and that post.


Four Things We Can All Learn from Queering Kwanzaa:

Habari Gani? What’s the news? Maybe you, like me, have never thought to observe it … The past few years however, I’ve noticed many of my Queer Black friends coming together for Kwanzaa and thinking about it in a way that’s really affirming to their identities.

The central theme of Kwanzaa is authentic community, and as queer people who are often forced to give up some part of ourselves every day to exist safely in the world, queering Kwanzaa becomes a beautiful way to end the year and bring in the new one … Here are just four of the ways Kwanzaa builds rituals and traditions –

  1. Kwanzaa builds rituals and traditions
  2. Kwanzaa is intergenerational
  3. Kwanzaa reaffirms your chosen family
  4. Kwanzaa helps you bring light into the new year


[Image: A richly dressed smiling woman with her arms outstretched, welcomes everyone to a table ladened with the traditional foods and symbols of the holiday including a decorative table covering (Mkeka); corn, fruits, nuts, vegetables, and other crops

(Mahindi); a unity cup (Kikombe cha Umoja); the candle holder (the Kinara) with seven candles –

three green candles on the left, a

black candle in the middle, and three red candles on the right (Mishumaa Saba); gifts + presents especially for the children as well as friends and family (Zawadi).]

Happy Kwanzaa (Kwanzaa yenu iwe na heri) Habari gani? (What’s the News?)

  • 26 December – Umoja (Unity)
  • 27 December – Kujichagulia (Self-Determination)
  • 28 December – Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility)
  • 29 December – Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics)
  • 30 December – Nia (Purpose)
  • 31 December – Kuumba (Creativity)
  • 1 January – Imani (Faith) 




Page 97!!  Happy Pride Month!! 

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

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.


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.]


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!