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Black Lives Matter

June 2nd, 2020 5:19 pm

Posted in Bisexual Resource Center Blog

The Bisexual Resource Center stands in solidarity with Black people, with the protestors calling for an end to police violence, and with all those fighting for justice for bi+ BIPOC everywhere. Our support especially goes out to those in Minnesota and the Bisexual Organizing Project, whose community is at the…

Interview with Maxxx Pleasure, Drag King of the Year

November 30th, 2019 3:31 pm

Posted in Bisexual Resource Center Blog, and Blog

In addition to being the 2018 winner of Brooklyn Nightlife Award for Drag King of the year, he is the real-life star of Maxxx, a charming and honest short documentary about coming into his own in Brooklyn drag, and a nightlife producer whose latest Drag King revue, “Men Are Trash,” (co-produced with Brooklyn trio The Nobodies) will be at Gold Sounds on November 30th. You can keep up with his latest shows by following him on Instagram or Twitter.

Bi+ Sexual Health Tips

November 26th, 2019 9:24 pm

Posted in Bisexual Resource Center Blog

By: hers team We’ve all heard the term “sexual health,” but what does caring for our sexual health actually look like? Despite how it is taught in school, maintaining good sexual health is more than just preventing sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and unwanted pregnancy. It is also not a one-size-fits-all…

Coming Out as a Bisexual Man: The 5 Reasons Why We Don’t

November 6th, 2019 10:48 am

Posted in Bisexual Resource Center Blog

By: Mark Lees, M. A.  We are your fathers, sons, brothers, uncles, co-workers, friends, neighbors, boyfriends, lovers and husbands. But according to a Pew Research Center Survey, bisexual men are the least of the LGBTQ community to be out to those closest to them. Pew surveyed 1197 LGBTQ individuals and…

Written by: Christopher Jeremiah, “We, bisexuals, love you both!”

October 31st, 2019 3:27 pm

Posted in Bisexual Resource Center Blog

What does bisexual mean to you? Some claim it to mean, rejected by both. We, bisexuals, are very friendly and interesting people. We are very respectful of your sexuality and your natural attractions to each other. Is there any reason why you can’t accept ours? I came across two profiles…

Why We Should All Live in The Feels’ Brave House

August 15th, 2019 11:14 pm

Posted in Blog

Co-created by bisexual actress and advocate Sara Ramirez, with additional writing from Shantira Jackson and Ianne Fields Stewart, Brave House is an extraordinary glimpse into three characters, non-binary S, trans feminine Nina, and trans masc Lenny as they attempt to create a loving, open, non-traditional household.