Reminiscing About ABilly Jones-Hennin: A Bi+ Trailblazer

Remembering ABilly Jones-Hennin

By Ellyn Ruthstrom I first met ABilly Jones-Hennin at a meeting on the Hill in Washington where LGBTQ+ leaders from around the country were being briefed on various policy initiatives during the early days of the Obama Administration. I didn’t know who he was and just assumed he was a DC-based bi person who was […]

15 Bi+ Artists Represented Across 27 Categories at the 2024 Grammys

2024 grammy nominees

2023 was a great year for out and proud bisexuals+, and the Bicons in the mainstream music industry were no exception! At the 2024 Grammys, bi+ musicians are staking their claims in some of the ceremony’s most prominent categories like Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New […]

Celebrate #BiWeek with Music from 77 of Our Favorite Bi+ Artists!

By Vincent Paz-Macareno When you think of “bisexual musicians”, who comes to mind? David Bowie, is most people’s first answer. Next usually comes Dusty Springfield, Freddie Mercury, Debby Harry, maybe Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Billie Holiday for those who have been brushing up on their queer music history. If we were to have brought the […]

#BiHealthMonth: A 10-year legacy to celebrate

Image of the bisexual pride flag

By Ellyn Ruthstrom Ten years. I’ve got to tell you that seeing the Bi+ Health Awareness Month achieve its tenth year makes me incredibly proud. When the Bisexual Resource Center initiated the awareness month back in 2014, we were motivated to make it a success that year but had no idea that we were seeding […]

The Top Eight Ways the BRC Built Bi+ Community in 2022

BRC 2022 Wrap-Up with lots of bi+ colors a bee and a star

By Jessica Podkalicki We have come a long way since we started as an affiliate in 1983. This year has been a banner year for the Bisexual Resource Center.  What did we do this year? Glad you asked. My name is Jess and I am the Program and Operations Coordinator at the BRC. It was […]

Celebrating Pansexual Pride

By Diane Billas I never used to tell people I was pansexual; it was just easier to say I was bi. Recently I’ve stopped this practice in favor of actually expressing how I identify. If I identify as pansexual, shouldn’t I be able to state that? And if someone doesn’t understand, it’s a good teaching […]

World AIDS Day – Celebration or Remembrance?

By Khafre Kujichagulia Abif I can remember the first time I acknowledged World AIDS Day in my own journey. Having been diagnosed in 1989, I lived my life in silence. I hadn’t told my MaDear, my sisters or even my best friend. It was in 1991 that I shared my status with the woman I […]