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In memory of Brenda Howard – an “in-your-face activist”

28 June is the 54th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, which were a series of protests that took place in New York and served as a catalyst for the gay…

Why are bisexual women at a higher risk of violence?

Content warning: references to sexual violence and abuse, homophobia I didn’t write an editorial for our LGBTQ+ history month print edition as I didn’t have anything I especially wanted to…

The B word

Art imitates life, life imitates art, and the media’s portrayal of the bisexual isn’t always the nicest.

Bisexuality in Literature: Is It Underrepresented?

The sensuous depiction of Clarissa Dalloway and her close friend Sally’s veiled romance in Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway quickly comes to mind when I think of bisexuality in literature. Described as…

She kissed a girl and I liked it: finding representation on screen

I was thirteen when I first had feelings for a girl. The butterflies battering in my chest both confused me and excited me. That first crush was the start of…

Finding my sexuality in the face of the male gaze

I knew I liked girls as soon as I started thinking about my sexuality. I also knew I had never met a boy I thought was cute, and I knew…

The B in the Room

Set in the bedrooms of both characters, Elliot, a teenager from a conservative Christian Background and Dana, a 39 year old, both go on a journey of discovery about themselves.…