The new issue of Bi Community News magazine is out with features on Bi Visibility Day’s biggest September ever, bisexuality research and the Google bi ban.
It’s the magazine’s 18th birthday edition, having launched back in the autumn of 1995. The first edition, entitled simply “issue zero”, included a ballot paper to decide what the name should be.
The new BCN also reports on bis in the media, the new wave of local bi social & support groups, has photos from Prides around the UK. Get your copy!
The new issue of bisexual magazine BCN is out now with features on Bi Visibility Day, BiCon and much more.
This is the issue that includes the BiCon 2013 group photo.
Get your copy!
The programme for the annual big bi conference BiCon is made up of sessions attendees run – and the organisers would like to hear from you soon if you’d like to run something.
The BiCon team say: “Got a workshop or session you’d like to run at BiCon 2013? Or an idea for a workshop that you’d like to exist but can’t or don’t want to run yourself? Fantastic!
“Suggesting workshops is really simple: your ideas go to the programme co-ordinator, who will collate all the suggestions and ideas, work out which can fit into the weekend, and put together a timetable.”
But that means workshop proposals have to be in by May 17th
This year’s BiCon will be held on 18-21 July in Edinburgh. It goes to a different city each year, and this is the first time it’s been in Scotland since 2006.
This year’s biggest bi event, BiCon, is a little earlier than usual – and there’s just a month left to book if you want to stay onsite.
With BiCon being held in mid July, the booking deadline that bit earlier in the year.
If you want to stay on campus you need to get your BiCon booking in by a deadline of 10 May 2013. If you do not want accommodation, you can still book your place right up until 10 July 2013. Find out more on the BiCon website here.
This year’s biggest bi event, BiCon, is a little earlier than usual – and that means you need to book earlier too!
In recent years BiCon has usually fallen at the end of August, with a booking deadline for those staying onsite either late in July or at the start of August. However this time it’s in mid July, and the booking deadline is further ahead of the conference than normal.
This means if you want to stay on campus you need to get your BiCon booking in by a deadline of 10 May 2013. If you do not want accommodation, you can still book your place right up until 10 July 2013.
Find out more on the BiCon website here.