Category Archives: newsfeed

Austria joins the marriage club

Austria will be legalising same-sex marriage by the end of this year following a supreme court ruling yesterday. The court has declared that civil partnerships and marriage, the current “separate and not equal” arrangement in the country, cannot be maintained as they are clearly discriminatory, and decreed the law must change by the start of 2018. The move follows neighbouring […]

Read more

Govt: feel free to waste your own money on a “gay cure”

The government has responded to a petition calling for an end to ‘gay conversion’ therapy defending the right to spend your own money on something that doesn’t work – and bringing bisexuality into the conversation. The petition, run through the Westminster Parliament’s own system, had garnered over 11,500 signatures so far and read; “Make offering gay conversion therapy a criminal […]

Read more

Last chance to nominate for Best Bi Book

Nominations close in two days’ time for the Sixth Annual Bisexual Book Awards. Any 2017 book with a bisexual character, bisexual storyline, bisexual subject matter or theme, is eligible for submission. Book awards are open to all authors regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity and can be submitted by the author, publisher, or the Bi Writers Association (BWA). […]

Read more

The bi week ahead: 20-26 November

It’s a new bisexual week in our calendar of bi events – and there’s lots on around the country. Things get started on Tuesday when from 7.45pm it’s Swansea Bi Group at Mozarts, Walter Road. Which is in Swansea, obviously. More about them here. Also that night it’s the monthly bi pub meet for Manchester BiPhoria. 8pm at Via on Canal Street; they normally meet in […]

Read more

Australians say Yes

The referendum in Australia on same-sex marriage has produced a clear result in favour – with 61.6% support on a turnout of just under 80%. This is a similar level of support to that shown in the Republic of Ireland’s referendum two years ago – but a much higher turnout, which was 60% in Ireland. It’s close to an absolute […]

Read more
1 3 4 5 6 7 84