Tag Archives: Interviews

Performing Bisexuality

As debate rages about representation of queer people in the mainstream media one way we fix that is by representing ourselves – BCN is a prime example, while in Salford a new play gives voice to young bi women’s experience as part of this year’s Manchester Fringe. I met up with Paige Gadsby beforehand to find out more. Paige’s new […]

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Camping & Glamping in the Midlands

Brum Bis are organising a camping trip this summer. We caught up with Mieks from Brum Bi Group to find out more… So, a new bi event! Excellent! What’s going on? BiCamp will be an inclusive camping event open to both beginners and regular campers. It’ll be on Friday 1st June Sun 3rd, not far from Stourbridge in West Midlands, […]

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BiMate: Lisa

Our “short interviews with bi people” series returns after a bit of a gap, and we are starting with one of last year’s Cake Award winners.  The Cakes are BiCon’s own bi awards, presented intermittently since 2002. Take a seat and introduce yourself. Hi, I’m Lisa. I’m from Australia originally but I’ve been a Londoner for the last 23 years. […]

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BiMate: Asha

Our “short interviews with bi people” series meets Cake Award winners.  The Cakes are BiCon’s own bi awards, presented intermittently since 2002. Take a seat and introduce yourself. I’m Asha and I’m old enough to know better. My main bi activism is with my trade union. I fell into it on a regional/national level around 2008 because someone said to […]

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Bi-ing Ms Gay

Kate Stewart won the Ms Gay Limerick contest at the end of 2012: Jen asked her about her experience of the contest as a bi woman with a male partner. Congratulations on winning Ms Gay Limerick and commiserations that you didn’t take the crown in Ms Gay Ireland!  Why did you enter and what were your hopes; I originally entered […]

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Bi & Proud Worldwide

As Pride season kicks off we caught up with one of last summer’s Cake Award winners and quizzed them about Pride events – with one eye on London hosting World Pride in July. Tell us a little bit about yourself My name’s Sharon Langridge; I’m 33. I’m a queer, bisexual woman living in London and working in charity IT. I’m […]

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BiMate: Neil Hudson

Neil Hudson was one of the winners of the Cake Awards at BiCon 2002 Take a seat and introduce yourself. I lived in Reading for eighteen years, or rather I was undead in Reading, because no one can truly be said to live there. I then went to university in Norwich to read mathematics. It turned out I was supposed […]

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