Category: 2013 Fall – Bisexual Enough?
Don’t Be Too Sure
By Laura Berol When Wilson Diehl recently published her essay, “Yes, I Really Am Bisexual. Deal with It,” in the “Modern Love” column of the New York Times, I liked it on Facebook and quickly got three responses, all from the...Read More
Me v. Biphobia
By A.J. Walkley Up until fairly recently, I had a phobia that was specific to me, targeted at me...Read More
From Your Editor: Bisexual Enough?
Jul 15, 2021 | 2013 Fall - Bisexual Enough?, Editor's Note
The theme for this issue is “Bisexual Enough?” Readers were asked: “Have you...Read More
Around the World: Meg Barker, United Kingdom
Jul 15, 2021 | 2013 Fall - Bisexual Enough?, Around the World
Interview by Robyn Ochs Robyn Ochs: Meg Barker, it is an honor to interview you! Please tell us...Read More
Introducing Ashley Shaffer & De’VIA
My name is Ashley Shaffer. I am Deaf. I am a woman. I am bisexual. I am a De’VIA artist. De’VIA...Read More
By Suzanne Lauer My prayers went unanswered so long They grew stale buried in the folds of time so...Read More
Am I Bi (Sexual) Enough for (What?)
By Francesca Bongiorno Fortunato Am I bi sexual enough to strut my stuff with the Queer Choir? Or...Read More
Bisexual and Proud
By Sofi D. Being bi carries a social stigma. People think it’s a phase, that you’re just confused, slutty, or just getting into the college experience. Insisting only makes it worse. Your parents don’t believe you either, saying...Read More
Hand in Your Punch Card
By A. Rutter Though I have identified as bisexual for ten years, I still find myself sitting and wondering if I’m not actually heterosexual after all. I sit and think in my room, or on the train, or in a long shower,...Read More
By Kate Estrop For the past ten minutes, Nell had been staring at the tiny bar in the corner of...Read More
By Brittany Bell My love life Is not a crime scene Where upon evaluation Of incriminating evidence A jury decides “She’s one of us.” The tally marks are uneven But my convictions are not. I have loved women Far too fondly to be...Read More
Not Like the Others
By Emma Jones “You’re a lesbian. Damn, just call yourself a lesbian.” I frowned. “No,” I said...Read More
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