Category Archives: BCN 113: June 2012

Letters

Big Bi Fun This year’s Big Bi Fun Day in Leicester has announced its date – it will be on Saturday 28th July.  Are you bisexual, bi friendly, want to meet bisexuals from other regions or just want to have fun?  Then you want…Big Bi Fun Day UK! What is it? A one day event to meet up, relax and […]

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Bi Visibility Day

Summer is here and all our thoughts are on Prides near and afar, or on what we’re hoping to learn at BiReCon and talk about at BiCon. However just around the corner is the autumn and Bi Visibility Day, aka International Bisexuality Day, Bi Pride day and a host of other names. It’s like that way we can’t agree on […]

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Health Summit Heads South

The annual National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Health Summit is to be held at the University of Kent in Canterbury, 13th – 14th September 2012. Established in 2006, the LGBT Health Summit brings individuals and organisations from across the UK together to debate and discuss LGBT health issues. This year the Summit takes place at a time of […]

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Bi Report – Bitesize

We’ve talked about it a lot this year, but The Bisexuality Report itself is a big chunky A4 document. It’s quite wordy in a way that is very good for academics and policy makers but perhaps a little less friendly to the average reader wanting to know more about bi life or how to make their organisation more bi-friendly. Step […]

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Self Care at BiCon

Advice for first-timers – and old hands It’s a fact of life that some of us are better at looking after ourselves than others. However, because attending BiCon can be such an intense and life-changing experience, some of us who are usually good at looking after ourselves day-to-day find that our usual attentiveness to self care goes out of the […]

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Bi & Proud Worldwide

As Pride season kicks off we caught up with one of last summer’s Cake Award winners and quizzed them about Pride events – with one eye on London hosting World Pride in July. Tell us a little bit about yourself My name’s Sharon Langridge; I’m 33. I’m a queer, bisexual woman living in London and working in charity IT. I’m […]

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