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!
For once our bisexual history series and our news overlap.
Last night in London the Open University published The Bisexuality Report, bringing together the best research about bi life in the UK today.
Its production is a collaboration between three national groups: the academic & research group BiUK; visibility project Bisexual Index; and bisexual magazine Bi Community News.
Only time will tell, but we expect it to be a landmark in the UK bi movement – setting out clearly challenges to the wider LGBT movement and beyond on bisexual needs, visibility and inclusion.
Our congratulations to the authors Jen Yockney (of Bi Community News), Marcus Morgan (of The Bisexual Index), Meg Barker, Christina Richards, Rebecca Jones, Helen Bowes-Catton & Tracey Plowman (of BiUK)
The full report is available online here on the Bisexual Index website.