Author: Harrie Farrow
It’s National Coming Out Day, so what better day to come out as bisexual? Here’s 20 ways you can come out as bi with creativity, authenticity and style.
So many TV shows and movies tend to treat their bisexual characters poorly if they’re there at all; too bad they didn’t follow our 15 easy tips
TV bisexuals just used to come in only two flavors: bad and worse. Now there’s more, in a delicious array of tastes!
So you’re gay and you don’t know any bi people, so you don’t need to worry about biphobia, right? Maybe not… consider these 10 things.
Here’s some suggestions on how to convey your unconditional acceptance of a person’s bisexual orientation and also how to offer comfort and support to boot!
There are 15 regular occurrences that frustrate bisexual people to no end. Here’s what they are so we can help stop them.
Meeting bisexuals for the first time, it’s natural to want to be supportive. However, it’s easy for your naiveté to come across as ignorant, biphobic, and even hurtful.
Everyone has experienced negative stereotypes about bisexuals — here’s a handful of ways you can stop the negativity and make the world more bi-friendly!
A number of notable African-Americans don’t publicly embrace the bisexual label. But these artists, authors, and activists do.