This blog is dedicated to all the people in the middle: those of us who are neither gay nor straight. It is a community forum to present ideas and share information and resources.
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The coming out process is different for everyone, whether you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. Each of us faces a unique set of issues based on our personal circumstances as we come out. People who are attracted to both men and women face specific challenges. Many bi folk struggle to deal with the widespread misinformation about and i
The American Institute of Bisexuailty "It Gets Better" Campaign Bisexuals Harrassed and Dismissed BiSocial Network I am Visible The Bizzare World of the Bisexual
Pansexuality One who can love sexuality in many forms. Like bisexuality, but even more fluid, a pansexual person can love not only the traditional male and female genders, but also transgendered, androgynous, and gender fluid people. Pansexuality is the freedom to love another for who they are and not their sex or gender. "Bisexuality invalidates e
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At a glance it would appear that bisexuality is chic in the 21st century. There are bisexual heroines in films like The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and pop videos like Katie Perry's "I kissed a girl" portraying bisexuality in mainstream culture. Also, there appears to be no shortage of celebrities who identify as bisexual. Rock stars like Billie J
I have to hand it to Xtra - they have redeemed themselves in my books. Their article "The New Fluidity" was thoughtful and well-balanced in recognizing bisexuality and the issues facing bisexuals. More to come on this point.
Valentine's Day has come and gone, and on this Hallmark holiday I thought about bisexual love and what it means. Coming out as bisexual has presented me with challenges, but it has also been liberating to realize my capacity to love others for who they are beyond their sex. It feels like a gift, admittedly one that many people don't understand and