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...Read More
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...Read More
By Tracy Note: This play is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual events may or may not be coincidental. SCENE 1: BOSS’S OFFICE The boss is sitting at his desk. Tracy enters. Tracy: Good morning. I have the status reports...Read More
As promised, here is the next installment of Jess Wells’s ninepart story, “The See-Saw Family”: Future Tense Simon leans back against the kitchen sink and wants to know why I don’t call myself heterosexual now. I proclaim,...Read More
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