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Brum Bis Get Festive

Birmingham bi group are hosting a BiFest this weekend at the Birmingham LGBT Centre. Running from 11am to 5pm and free to attend the day will include social space to mix with other bi and bi friendly folk, as well as a variety of workshop discussions on bi themes.The centre is at 38/40 Holloway Circus B1 1EQ.

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Kicking biphobia out of football

Kick It Out, the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF), the Gay Football Supporters’ Network (GFSN) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) fans are hosting their first joint event, entitled #Prideinfootball, at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel in central London this Sunday 16 November. #Prideinfootball, which forms part of Kick It Out’s and the FSF’s ‘Fans for Diversity’ campaign, is also […]

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Swansea talks bi and trans for Sparkle week

Bi Cymru will be hosting a discussion for Sparkle week and Transgender Day of Remembrance this Tuesday in Swansea – themed on the similarities and differences in issues facing the bi and trans* communities and how we can work together and support each others issues and concerns. Please email for more details & to confirm attendance. Due to the […]

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Dublin’s close-knit bi community

Dublin Bi Irish are hosting a knitting-centred bi social today. They’ll be knitting small hats for Age Action – non-knitters are welcome to come along for a bi natter with the knitters too! Meet from 3pm at Costa Coffee, 3 College Green, Dublin. Look for people knitting little hats! Find out more about Dublin Bi Irish or the meetup itself on facebook.

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Bi Senator gets back in

The only out bisexual in the USA’s Senate was re-elected yesterday. Democrat Kyrsten Sinema first won her seat in Arizona in 2012 with a 10,000 majority over her Republican rival. Yesterday in an election that saw a national swing away from her party, that rose to a 14,000 majority – despite a significantly lower turnout for midterms than in 2012 […]

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Marriage minister returns to Home Office

The architect of the Same-Sex Marriage Act for England and Wales, Lynne Featherstone MP. is to return to the Home Office as part of today’s mini reshuffle. She said: “I am very happy to be returning to the Home Office. I am very proud of what I was able to achieve in my previous role there, not least introducing equal marriage, ending […]

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