Current Issue: Never Have I Ever

The theme of this issue is Never Have I Ever. The prompt was: “Tell us about something you have never done. Is it something you hope to do, or something you hope to keep avoiding? If you hope to do it, what has stopped you, and do you think you will one day?”

Editor’s Note

The theme of this issue is Never Have I Ever. The prompt was: “Tell us about something you have never done. Is it something you hope to do, or something you hope to keep avoiding? If you hope to do it, what has stopped you, and do you think you will one day?” In addition to poems and essays related to this theme, you will also find my interview with Fiona Petras from Malta in the “Around the World” column and reviews of three recent events. Speaking of events: if you could use some community, consider joining us at our monthly “digital brunches” for bi+ women and nonbinary folks. You are invited, no matter your geographic location. Digital brunches will be held on June 13, July 10, and August 1 at 1pm Eastern Standard Time. And whatever your gender, you are invited to join us at World Bi+ Meetups. The next two are scheduled for July 11 and October 8.

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threesome

By Nest Valorfixer When I was young, a lady flirted with me and my then-boyfriend. I remember it seemed like having sex with her would be easy to slip into. We were all curious, but we hesitated, and then that mood didn’t occur...

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Not Like You

Mia C. This is a prose poem about how much pain questioning my sexuality has caused me. I am and have been comfortable with identifying as a bisexual woman, but recently I’ve begun to question who I am and it one of the hardest...

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Something Tookish

By Marie Diane Perrault Never have I ever followed my heart. I understand that this might not be the most liberating or inspiring note on which to start an article destined for a journal with a liberating and inspiring mission....

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