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The 20th Bi Visibility Day is here!

It’s the 20th annual Bi Visibility Day this Sunday, September 23rd. The date highlights bisexuality and the challenges posed by biphobia and bisexual erasure, as well as celebrating the work of a growing number of local, national and international organisations around the world which champion bisexual visibility and equality. Last year there were around 130 events marking the date, from […]

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Freddie Star Hits Back

Bohemian Rhapsody (film still) / YouTube

The star of upcoming Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody has rebuffed complaints that the film is set to erase his bisexuality and the end of his life. Social media burst into anger based on a short trailer for the film earlier in the year, but Rami Malek told Attitude in an interview this month that the fury is baseless. “Let […]

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October Issue Out Now!

BCN issue 151

The new issue of Britain’s Bimonthly Bi Mag BCN is out now! Sample article: Bi Men Tweet. Also features this year’s BiCon group photo. This September / October 2018 issue also includes Different for Bis: All the latest bi research. BiMediaWatch looking ahead to the autumn schedules as well as the summer’s Coronation Street bi soapline. Bi Visibility Day 2018 […]

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Voters Say No To Nixon

USA

Former Sex & The City star Cynthia Nixon’s bid for elected office has hit the buffers. She had been be challenging for the Democratic Party nomination for Governor of New York. The incumbent, Democrat Andrew Cuomo, won the primary yesterday by a 2:1 margin, taking around 65% of the vote to Nixon’s 35%. Her campaign drew a queer media storm […]

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Summer Issue Online

Our summer issue, as given out at BiCon and many UK Pride events, is now online to read as an issuu document. The July/August edition of BCN came out in July and has 20 packed pages of bi news, including: Different for Bis: All the latest bi research BiMediaWatch summertime special #BiVolunteering part two: Bi History, The art of stepping […]

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Biphobia question in the Commons

Parliament

A written question in the House of Commons has highlighted biphobia – and what the government is doing to address the inequalities bi people face. Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities Dawn Butler MP addressed her opposite number asking what steps the Government is taking to tackle biphobia. For the government Victoria Atkins MP commented yesterday: On 3 […]

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Blood: Iceland next?

Iceland seems set to join the wave of nations revoking their bans on bi and gay men donating blood. Local website visir.is reported yesterday that the Health Minister expects to make an announcement in the near future. This seems to be prompted by both changes in other countries and the shifting balance of route of transmission in HIV infections. The […]

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