Aug
14
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Literature
What happens when your spouse comes out as trans* after years of marriage? AJ Walkley reviews the new memoir by Diane and Jacob Anderson-Minshall,
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Aug
07
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Literature
Anil Vora reviews Bi-Curious George: An Unauthorized Parody
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Aug
02
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theater
The concert staging of “I was looking at the ceiling and then I saw the sky” by Long Beach Opera at the Ford Theatres marks the Southern California premiere of John Adams’ musical romance that takes place at the time of the Northridge quake.
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Jul
25
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News
Rev. Janet Edwards writes about how the new study guide, “Bisexuality: Making the Invisible Visible in Faith Communities"
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Jul
18
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News
A bisexual history multimedia exhibit opened during Pride Month at the GLBT History Museum in San Francisco. The exhibit shows the Bay Area Bisexual Network’s activism since the seventies.
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Jul
14
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News
A recent study looked at several U.S. cities to find the one that is most LGBT-friendly. Seattle ranked first, edging out the nation's gay mecca San Francisco to second place. Bi Magazine set out to explore whether Seattle is a friendly place for bisexuals. After all, Seattle is home to Dan Savage who is notorious for making several ignorant remarks about bisexuality over the years.
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Jul
01
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Television
As the story arcs of Season II of OITNB progressed, it became clear to some viewers, myself included, that specific terminology was of little importance compared to the plethora of barriers OITNB breaks as a series whole.
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Jun
30
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News
This is the sixth, and final, article in our coverage of LGBT issues in India with a particular focus on bisexuality. Bi Magazine launched this series in January 2014 with the article ‘India’s Stonewall’.
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Jun
26
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News
Los Angeles celebrated LGBT Pride this year, and for the first time, a bisexual entry in their parade group was honored
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Jun
19
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News
As Section 377 grabs headlines all over the country, many Indians are finding themselves re-engaging in, or newly having, a dialog about sexuality. This is the fifth article in our coverage of LGBT issues in India with a particular focus on bisexuality. BiMagazine launched this series in January 2014 with the article ‘India’s Stonewall.
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