Tag Archives: bi theory

Rediscovering Rubin

Dr. Meg summarises Gayle Rubin’s (1984) paper and asks whether we still need a radical theory of the politics of sexuality I came across this article a month ago and have been using it in virtually all of my teaching and research since. It seems to me to be an excellent way of understanding how our society views sexuality and […]

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Therapists Conference talks bi: on film!

Highlights of Pink Therapy’s recent conference for counsellors and therapists working with bisexual clients are now online as short videos. The “Beyond Gay and Straight 2016 Conference” conference itself was for therapists but what people working with bi people have to say about bisexuality, biphobia, multiple oppressions and fluidity of sexuality is of interest to many more of us.  Check […]

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