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Big Bi Tweet? Make that the Biggest Bi Tweet Yet!

This year’s Big Bi Tweet for Bi Visibility Day, September 23rd, has got huge momentum. A week from launch – and six weeks from the big day – it has already attracted more than 200 participants and has a “social reach” of 1.8 million people – making it already bigger than last year’s campaign. As we reported last week, by […]

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It’s BiCon!

Annual Bi Big Weekend BiCon kicks off on Thursday! The event comes back to Leeds this time – in general it goes to a different city each year, but for cost reasons the last few years have seen a kind of ping-pong around the M62 with Leeds, Bradford, Preston and Leeds again, and just the odd year off to pop […]

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Stockport Pride?

It’s Stockport’s first LGBT Pride today. We are told it makes the borough the ninth of the ten Greater Manchester districts to have its own Pride event – now only Rochdale lies beyond the rainbow, while Manchester itself has four separate Prides through the course of the year. There isn’t a bi stall unfortunately but you can meet up with […]

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Bi with Pride: Sheffield

It’s Sheffield Pride today and there are three ways of joining in with the bi bits! From 1030am meet on Pear Street (look for Sheffield’s bi group with their pink, purple and blue flags) for the march which sets off around 12 noon. Alternatively drop by the bi stall in the community tent and grab some bi stuff. Finally from […]

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Bis at Liverpool Pride

It’s a big pride weekend and one of the events with a bi bloc on the parade is Liverpool Pride. Meet from 11am-12 noon on the plateau at St George’s (just across from Lime Street Station) and look for marching group assembly point 9. The parade at Liverpool takes about an hour to loop round the city which you might […]

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50 Years: The BBC Monologues

BBC / Richard Ansett

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act the BBC are broadcasting a series of eight monologues, telling the stories of fictional characters all set in the same pub. The stories told in Queers range across time from before the 1967 Act to the modern day, with actors including Alan Cumming, Gemma Whelan, Rebecca Front and Russell Tovey. […]

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