Category: 2014 Fall – Intersection: Geography
Interview by Robyn Ochs (transcribed by Amanda Bernés and translated by Keja Valens) In May 2014,...Read More
By Harrie Farrow Perhaps the most important current issue for bisexuals is overcoming invisibility. This battle requires more out people, which ironically requires more out people—to provide a community for support, information...Read More
By Jane Barnes Well off and bi and rather well turned out, Ramona Cross was considered a little wild according to her friend Virginia. Divorcing her husband after a six-month-long marriage, she held a yard sale of whatever he...Read More
By Simone Wise When I think back to what it was like growing up in Pocatello, Idaho, about how I left when I was 17 never to return for longer than a couple days, I wonder what would have happened if I had stayed. I imagine...Read More
Dear Tiggy, I recently discovered that I’m bisexual. However, I live in Pakistan. Here, sexuality is hardly discussed and, in many cases, is considered taboo. I want to know more about myself and my sexuality. Can you please...Read More
Bi Women Quarterly
Bi Women Quarterly is a grassroots publication produced by the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network. We have been in continuous publication since 1983, and are the oldest bisexual+ women’s publication in the world, with an international readership.