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When I Knew

By Rae Fine In middle school I wasn’t really attracted to anyone – it was middle school, everyone was awkward and gross. But everyone around me was discovering their status as sexual beings, however mild those sexual feelings or...

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The See-Saw Family

By Jess Wells Here are parts five and six of Jess Wells’s nine-part story, “The See-Saw Family.” Look for more from Jess in future issues of Bi Women. Coy on a Barstool Lesbianism is the land of the outward women. The self-made...

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Restless

By Lara Zielinsky The hour rolled over. 3:59. 4:00. Four a.m. Cassidy’s eyes slowly rotated away from the digital clock’s red numbers, taking in the deep shadows of the rest of the room as she lay on her back. The desk lay...

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Fish Nets

By Monica Meneghetti I unlace Rita’s twenty-eyelet boots. Carpet fibres embed themselves in my kneecaps. I imagine the carpet as orange shag because Lord Nelson Inn feels so old. Rita sits on the end of the orange and-brown-clad...

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