Category: 2024 Winter – Bi+ World Wide Web
By Fatima As I gaze outside my window I am reminded of my crimes all the warning signs my short-sighted copyrights tweets and receipts used against me. I could not go outside and I could not speak and I could not stay here alone...Read More
By Martine Mussies The journey of discovering one’s bisexuality is often a complex and nuanced...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
By Sarah Patterson it all comes down to a comment below, i’ll be lower still who am i if not split in two? subscription to someone else’s life somehow both are me somehow both are you i am a follower, not an interaction link to...Read More
By Riley Quinn Here’s how the conversation in my head goes: Me: Oh God, the internet, as a subject! I’m fifty something (53). I remember an entire life without the bloody internet. Also, Me: And, how good was that? Me: Well, it...Read More
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