Thursday, January 19, 2012

Out Magazine features bisexual couple Neal Boulton and Claire Davis

Check out the funny, cute and damn near adorable bisexual couple plus kids in Out Magazine's 26 Love Stories...
Photograph by Martien Mulder

Says, Claire Davis: "I don’t care about ratios or any of that stuff. People find lots of different ways to define themselves, and bisexuality is one of them. For me, that’s sort of my home base. For others, it might just be a comfortable place while you’re figuring it out." - read more from, "How I Met Your Mother" over at Out.com

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Daughter of Farmworker Becomes SF's First Out Bisexual Supervisor

(Photo: Rick Gerharter at Bay Area Reporter)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Mayor Ed Lee appointed Planning Commission President Christina Olague as the new supervisor for District 5, replacing Ross Mirkarimi who was elected sheriff. Olague, 50, is the daughter of a Latino farmworker, reports El Mensajero. She is also San Francisco's first out bisexual supervisor, reports the Bay Area Reporter. She is expected to seek a full four-year term in the November election...Read More Over On New American Media

Sunday, January 08, 2012

2012 Creating Change Bi Pan Fluid Organizing Institute

2012 Creating Change Bi Pan Fluid Organizing Institute

When: Thursday, January 26, 2012
Where: Hilton Baltimore: 24th Annual Creating Change Conference, 401 West Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD
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***TO VOLUNTEER AND GET FREE PASSES VISIT: http://creatingchange.org/volunteer.php***
***FOR FREE HOUSING VISIT: http://creatingchange.org/housing.php***
Says BiNet USA's Gary North:  [it] would please me as a longtime accidental activist who's no longer a spring chicken and wants to see more activists come forward -- and a helluva lot more people openly parade their sexuality daily (if congenially) as bi-pan-fluid-whatever (bpfw... naw, doesn't work as an acronym). I'm not suggesting that you/we/me do so with chips on our shoulders or with anger at past or current rejection (that attitude never works at changing minds) but in friendly, casual, but consistent, everyday ways -- and to help bridge the world's divides, to be agents of subtle acceptance and change.Ah, but how to do that? Well, now, that's a subject for a future blog entry, isn't it?
But a good place to start to get such tips is at the BPF Institute at Creating Change. So we'll see you in Baltimore -- and the neighborhood store, the schoolyard, the city council meeting, the workplace... - Gary North on HuffingtonPost.com