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That was 2017

The chimes of Big Ben may come as a surprise (after months of silence during refurbishment work they are being turned back on specially) but the year is nearly at an end. What were the bi stories of 2017? It was good news for older queers in January as historic offences were granted automatic pardon where laws used to unjustly […]

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The Best Bi Books of the Year, 2016

The shortlists for this year’s Bisexual Book Awards have been published. Here they are – the best of bi reading from 2016, broken down into ten categories plus best publishing house. The winners are chosen by judges, and will be announced at the Bisexual Book Awards Ceremony on Saturday June 10th, 2017.   Non-Fiction Advice from a Wild Deuce: The […]

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Rock The Bi Vote

With a General Election a little over a month away, are you registered to vote? You need to get on the electoral roll by 22 May to have your say come polling day. The political makeup UK government will have even more influence on LGBT equality with Brexit, as so many of the reforms we have seen in the past […]

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It’s Bi Health Month

It’s March, and that means it’s Bisexual Health Awareness Month. Research in recent years has highlighted how bi people are likely to have worse mental and physical health than both gay and straight people alike. In the USA, the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) celebrate Bisexual Health Awareness Month (BHAM) for the fourth consecutive year with the launch of a social […]

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Interview: Going to the Palace

Jen Yockney became the first person to appear in the Honours List with an MBE “for services to the bisexual community” on the Queen’s birthday last June.  Tiff asked her some questions (and then Jen added one of her own). The Honours List! What happens and how did you find out about it? You get a letter that tells you […]

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