The Bisexuality Report

Bisexuality Report coverThe Bisexuality Report (2012) is a major publication on bisexual life in the UK.

It brings together lots of research into bisexuality in Britain and presents it by subject area – work and employment, health, education, media representation and so forth.

The report was proposed by Jen Yockney at a Bi Activism Conference in 2011, and has been written by Jen Yockney (of Bi Community News), Marcus Morgan (of The Bisexual Index), and Meg Barker, Christina Richards, Rebecca Jones, Helen Bowes-Catton & Tracey Plowman (of BiUK).

We have a series of news stories relating to it: here are a few –

The Launch (Feb 15th 2012)

The Podcast (Feb 18th 2012)

The Introductory Video (Feb 27th 2012)

 

You can download the full report as a pdf here.

6 Responses to The Bisexuality Report

  1. BiMedia | Bisexual News & Opinion from BiMedia.org on February 28, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    [...] the launch of The Bisexuality Report just under a fortnight ago, the full PDF file of it has been downloaded more than 20,000 [...]

  2. Rebekah on March 3, 2012 at 8:16 am

    The link to the .pdf sends you to the wrong page – but there is a search facility on that page.

    The right link is this one –

    http://www8.open.ac.uk/platform/news-and-features/the-bisexuality-report-%E2%80%93-the-first-its-kind-in-the-uk-%E2%80%93-published

    Scroll down to the “Read the Bisexuality Report” link and it will download.

  3. admin on March 4, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    Thanks :) We’ve updated the link.

    It worked when we put it there – the OU have moved it in the meanwhile!

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