Don’t Just Get By – Get Bi-Affirmative Therapy

By Los Angeles Bi Task Force As a bi, pan, or fluid person, you deserve a mental healthcare provider who really “gets it,” and knows that your orientation is a thing – and so are all the unique challenges that go with it. When it comes to getting relevant, empathetic psychotherapy tailored to your needs, […]

Reflection: Every Bisexual an Educator

By David Meadow, Marketing Chair, L.A. Bi Task Force For Bi Health Month, we’re taking stock of where we’ve been and where we’re going as a community. When you take stock, do you ever note how you’re treated as a bi+ person and think, “Oh, yeah, this must be what it was like to be […]

Research Spotlight: Drs. Brian Feinstein and Lauren Beach

Dr. Brian Feinstein, Northwestern University My name is Brian Feinstein and I am a Research Assistant Professor at the Northwestern University (NU) Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing. Prior to joining the faculty at NU, I received my PhD in clinical psychology from Stony Brook University and I completed a postdoctoral research […]

Research Spotlight: Lizzy Bartelt

Lizzy Bartelt, Doctoral Student at Indiana University – School of Public Health, Bloomington Lizzy Bartelt is a new researcher on bisexuality. She started her work in sexual health nearly a decade ago while working as a sexuality educator at Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky. She has been working with LGBTQ+ youth for many years as […]

Research Spotlight: Tania Israel

Dr. Tania Israel, Professor of Counseling Psychology at UC Santa Barbara For the past 20 years, I’ve been doing research on interventions to support LGBT individuals and communities, but only recently have I focused my work specifically on bisexual mental health. I am thankful that my 2015 TED Talk on bisexuality opened opportunities to be more […]

Research Spotlight: Bisexual Research Collaborative on Health (BiRCH)

The Bisexual Research Collaborative on Health (BiRCH) is dedicated to facilitating and promoting community-informed research across multiple disciplines on the health needs of bisexual individuals and related communities. A partnership of the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and The Fenway Institute, BiRCH encourages research and inspires increased awareness in improving bisexual health. […]

A Reflection: 5 Years in the Bi Community but Still Not Enough Change…

By NekoFireFoxy   If there is something I learned during the last 5 years it is never judge a book by its cover. Being bisexual can mean you’re mostly being judged by the book title without even looking at the cover or reading the synopsis. I wish that would change. Honestly, I never thought being […]