Articles about 'bisexuality'

All singing, all dancing, all rather toxic

D H Kelly enjoys the brilliant comic songs in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend but is disappointed by the show’s treatment of mental ill health and its reliance on toxic heteronormative romantic messages

D H Kelly // 25 March 2017

Categories: Reviews, Television

Seven times the media was awesome for bisexual representation

Mainstream media doesn’t often give the bisexual community much to celebrate, so when it does, it’s worth shouting about, writes Emily Chudy

Guest Blogger // 23 February 2017

Categories: Blog

Being a bisexual object

On Bi Visibility Day, Zoe Russell discusses the inconsistent treatment of bisexuality within the culture of hook up sites and sex parties

Zoe Russell // 23 September 2016

Categories: Features, Sex and Relationships

A guide to bisexuality in Britain can’t come soon enough

D H Kelly discusses the position of bisexual women and a crowd-funded book which might make a difference

D H Kelly // 9 November 2015

Categories: Blog

We’re over here!

Bi Visibility Day was celebrated on 23 September. Megan Stodel starts listing ways that would help increase the visibility of bisexuality

Megan Stodel // 26 September 2015

Categories: Blog

Being invisi-bi

How can we talk about people in a way that acknowledges bisexuality? Megan Stodel explores the barriers and looks for answers

Megan Stodel // 27 August 2015

Categories: Blog

My sexuality is not a psychiatric symptom – it’s just who I am

Charlotte Dingle blogs for the F-word on the experience of being bisexual and having Borderline Personality Disorder, and how this affected her treatment by mental health professionals.

Guest Blogger // 12 May 2015

Categories: Blog

Desiree Akhavan: it matters which stories we tell

Desiree Akhavan talks to Sophie Mayer about studying with Ira Sachs, getting real about onscreen sex and why we need more selfish female protagonists

Sophie Mayer // 28 February 2015

Categories: Culture and Media, Features, Interviews

Bisexual women are the new sexy in pop music

Is recent frankness about bisexuality among female pop stars indicative of liberation of women and LGBT people or merely an extension of sexualisation of the industry, asks Lawrence Allen

Lawrence Allen // 10 January 2013

Categories: Culture and Media, Features

Jessie J, Cynthia Nixon and female bisexuality

Guest blogger Louise McCudden considers why being bisexual is presumed to be more socially acceptable for women than being gay.

Guest Blogger // 24 April 2012

Categories: Blog

The cultural narratives they are a-changin’?

An unpleasant incident with a fellow cinema-goer notwithstanding, Chrissy D left a screening of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo in high spirits and hopeful for a change of the tide in Hollywood's take on female leads in action movies

Chrissy // 19 January 2012

Categories: Films, Reviews

Ask A Feminist #2: No, I don’t want you to watch

In this week’s Ask A Feminist, reader Jenny is looking for ways to challenge people who think her bisexuality is all about them… Dear Laura, I’d *love* some suggestions for...

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Categories: Blog

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