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Same-sex couples gain freedom of EU movement

In a ground-breaking judgement given on Tuesday, the Court of Justice of the European Union recognised freedom of movement for same-sex couples. “The term ‘spouse’ within the meaning of the provisions of EU law on freedom of residence for EU citizens and their family members includes spouses of the same sex” the Luxembourg Court says in a press release. The […]

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Bi Can Help… Make BCN Happen!

Looking for ways to take part in bi volunteering?  Whether Volunteers’ Week has inspired you or it came to you for another reason, there are lots of opportunities out there.  In many areas there are local groups near you that need support, but if not (or if you’d like to find something else) then how about writing, proofreading, cartooning, or […]

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Syphilis on the up again

A report published by Public Health England (PHE) today reveals that while the overall rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) remained stable in 2017 compared to 2016, there was a 20% increase in syphilis (from 5,955 cases in 2016 to 7,137 cases in 2017). The increase in syphilis follows a 10-year trend, with 78% of diagnoses in bisexual, gay and […]

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Bi Can Help: with Bi History

The Bisexual History Project have a big task before them – assembling an “on this day in history” event for every day of the year with a bi link. It’s something every local bi group or event can help with. You just need to do a bit of research (papery or online) and submit your dates, links, photos and summaries […]

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The bi week ahead, 4-10 June 2018

Welcome to our weekly roundup of what’s on in Bi Britain. We bid May – and its two Bank Holidays – a fond farewell and welcome June. Tuesday is very busy! Manchester’s bi talky space meeting BiPhoria, at the LGBT Foundation, 5 Richmond Street, from 730pm. More about BiPhoria here. It’s also Glasgow bisexual group at THT, 134 Douglas Street, Glasgow G2 4HF (beside Nando’s in […]

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LGBT Ageing Conference – this time with the “B”!

Opening Doors London hosts a conference in just over a week on older LGBT people’s needs. Among a packed agenda speakers include Dr Rebecca Jones who will talk about ageing and bisexual identities. The event is at University College London in the Roberts Building on June 13th. It stands in marked contrast to the Silver Rainbows LGBT older people’s conference […]

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