Tag Archives: Bisexual History

First national LGBT History Festival talks bi

This weekend Manchester is hosting the first ever national festival focused on exploring, exposing, and discussing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBT) history. The Festival is over five days, and will be at Manchester Central Library’s Archives+, the People’s History Museum, and many venues throughout Manchester. It includes presentation of new research into LGBT history, LGBT representation in film and […]

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Meet bis this week! Feb 9-15…

Want some bi-mates? There are LOADS of bi meetups going on around the country this week – our biggest lineup of the year so far. Monday is Bristol BiVisible’s regular coffee meet at Cafe Kino on Stoke’s Croft from 7pm: spot the bis by looking for the purple teapot. It’s also Sheffield Bi+ meetup from 4pm at Coffee Revolution. Details […]

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Nottingham Uni talks bi erasure for History Month

As part of their series of events to mark LGBT History Month 2015, Nottingham University present a talk “Stop Erasing Bisexuals” on Friday 13th Feb. Grant Denkinson will be guest speaker at the School of American and Canadian Studies, from 5.45pm in the Hallward Library.¬† For more info or to book your place email claire.henson@nottingham.ac.uk Nottingham was recently announced as […]

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London talks bi history on the 18th

London bis will be getting together to remember London’s bi stories on Wednesday 18th February. The organisers¬†Katy and Jacq say: Bi History Discussion and Social Space As part of LGBT History month, there will be an informal gathering to talk about UK bisexual history, share memories and generally socialise. Free entry (though donations for room hire etc very welcome!), tea […]

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