Current Issue: Winter 2024 Bi+ World Wide Web

Editor’s Note

The prompt for this issue on the theme of “Bi+ World Wide Web” was: “The internet can be a place...

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Curating my spaces

By Ollie In my adult years, I’ve always made sure to curate my spaces, both online and offline. Initially, it was easier to curate my online space—I could simply block someone who was bothering me or report individuals spewing...

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Finding My Lifeline

By Jeanne Bjorn After living most of my adult life, bouncing back and forth between lesbian and heteronormative—at great internal and emotional cost—I came out as bisexual. It was during the isolationist period of COVID. Most of...

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Creating A Buzz

By Jen Bonardi Talk about a disaster! It was 2008. I was on the board of the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) and our website was hacked. This was one of our best resources for bi+ folks, so we needed to get it back up...

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Afterlife

By Jess Whetsel I did not learn your name until I was a teenager. It was an accident, a slip of another relative’s tongue, something I wasn’t supposed to hear— or at least not from their lips: my secret grandfather, the villain...

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