bisexuality

Coming out as Bi When You’re Muslim and Married

I was nervous to come out to my parents, but I was infuriated by pundits who kept saying Islam and LGBT identity are at odds. Read more »

Bisexual Erasure in Grace and Frankie

The show’s creators completely ignore the possibility that Robert and Sol could be sexually interested in both men and women. Read more »

New Book "Ask A Queer Chick" Offers Honest Advice on Family, Sex, and Identity

In a readable, empathetic, and sometimes even a little bit inspiring book, Lindsay King-Miller offers advice to queer women and the people who love them.  Read more »

More People Are Identifying as Bisexual—and That’s Great!

We talk with author Shiri Eisner about the changing nature of bisexual identity.  Read more »

One-Sentence Reviews of the Lesbian Netflix Canon

Lez face it: when you’re a ladygay like myself, cruising the internet for something to watch, you realize very quickly that there are a whole lot fewer gay films in the world to watch than straight flms.  Read more »

The Questioning Continuum: Seeking Sexuality as a Lifelong Process

The Q of “questioning” doesn’t get a lot of love in a culture that demands definition. Read more »

The Best Lines from 1968 Book: The Bisexual Revolution

To celebrate the release of our new Pulp issue, I dredged up a handful of pulpy 1960s bottom-of-the-barrel paperbacks from a Portland vintage store. I’ll be bringing three of these long-forgotten titles back to light this week.  Today... Read more »

Backlot Bitch: The Trouble with James Bond and Skyfall

This tepid installation of the longest-running movie franchise in history still peddles woman’s bodies as disposable, continues the tradition of white-valued imperialism, and features a mark of homophobia. Shocked? You shouldn’t be. Read more »

Visi(bi)lity: Good-bi, Friends!

It has been a privilege and pleasure to write for Bitch for the last eight weeks. Thanks to Kelsey and Kjerstin for all of their support, and thank you to everyone who read, commented on, and shared my posts. As a long-time Bitch fan, I’ve felt honored to share this space with you and... Read more »

Visi(bi)lity: How Did I Get Here? (or: What Chasing Amy Taught Me About Media and Identity)

When I was 11, I saw the trailer for Chasing Amy. I don’t remember why it caught my attention—I didn’t recognize the actors, and I don’t think I consciously knew what it was about. It certainly... Read more »

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One-Sentence Reviews of the Lesbian Netflix Canon

Lez face it: when you’re a ladygay like myself, cruising the internet for something to watch, you realize very quickly that there are a whole... Read more »