Tag Archives: living out

Out, Proud, Bi

Today, September 23d, is Bi Pride Day/Bi Visibility Day. This is the fourth such Bi Visibility Day that I have been out and proud. Here are some reasons why I make an effort to be visible, and why I take … Continue reading

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Quick Update

I haven’t had a lot to say this month, between moving, starting a new semester, and reading more Queer Theory. I’m preparing to go to MBLGTACC 2013 in Lansing this weekend, and I am hoping to see some of you … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Blake Croissant on Transphobia

This is a special guest post by my friend Blake. I was going to put it on the “Your Stories” page, but decided that this piece deserves front page treatment. So I turn it over to him: As a queer … Continue reading

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The Bisexual Closet Has Two Doors: A Reflection in Two Parts (2/2)

Part Two: The Challenges of Coming Out as Bisexual I did not know at that time that I would find myself attacked by some people in the gay and lesbian community. I became a bisexual activist very quickly, partly because … Continue reading

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