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All set for Leeds’ first LGBT Literature Festival

Bis Literally Included! Leeds’ first LGBT Literature Festival is coming soon on 14/15 July, at the city’s central library. Speakers include Jacq Applebee from Bis of Colour talking about bi anthology Purple Prose and Jen Yockney from Bi Community News discussing publishing from zines to blogs to ‘small press’ publication. Like BiCons and BiFests there’s a sliding scale of fees […]

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The Bi Week Ahead: June into July 2018

Welcome to our weekly what’s on roundup. And the last days of the month, which are usually a little quieter than most weeks. So this week we have only a smattering in the diary that starts on Monday the London Over 50’s bi group meets at AgeUK, Tavistock Square WC1H 9NA. That runs from 6pm to 8pm. Thursday in London […]

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Bi Visibility Day is coming…

September 23rd is still a long way off but we’re on the countdown with just over three months to go! The date, also known as International Celebrate Bisexuality Day (a bit of a mouthful that version of the name) has been marked around the world including in the UK every year since 1999. Way back then it was just in […]

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MEPs send Rainbow Laces to football teams ahead of World Cup

Ahead of the men’s football World Cup, MEPs from the European Parliament’s LGBTI Intergroup shipped dozens of rainbow shoelaces to football teams across Europe today. “Wear the enclosed rainbow shoelaces during training, on the street, in the stands or at home while watching football. Take a picture and share it on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the #supportallcolours hashtag” says […]

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Bi Book Awards Winners

The sixth annual Bi Book Awards were presented in New York at the start of June. The awards stretch across almost a dozen categories reflecting just how much bi literature there is out there – for every kind of reader. Non-Fiction: Unconditional: A Guide to Loving and Supporting Your LGBTQ Child by Telaina Eriksen, Mango Media Memoir/Biography: the judges declared […]

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More research highlights bi experience of violence

New research from Canada confirms what we have seen elsewhere – that bisexual people are more likely to experience violence and abuse than both gay and straight people. Statistics Canada – their equivalent to our Office for National Statistics – note that “In 2014, overall, there were more than 100,000 incidents of violent victimization involving a bisexual victim and more […]

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London Over 50s Bis Need Volunteers

Looking for somewhere to volunteer?  Bi The Way – London’s Bi Group for people over 50 – is looking for extra volunteers to help run the monthly group sessions. During Volunteers’ Week at BCN we are highlighting that most bi projects in the UK are run without things like paid staff or offices, so it’s up to us to step […]

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