Posts in 'Bisexual' Category
My name is Drew Jay. I am a transsexual man who also happens to identify as pansexual. Many people understand the term transsexual but I have found people tend to have underlying misconceptions regarding my sexuality. To be honest, it is a fairly new identity for myself but is one that I am very comfortable [...]
Brighton LGBT youth charity ‘Allsorts Youth Project’ recently launched their new youth group ‘Bi Brighton’ for Young bi/pan/omni/poly/queer People Under 26. The group is going from strength to strength and have teamed up with LGBT HIP, Clare Project and Brighton Bothways to hold an event on Bi Visibility Day this Sunday September 23rd. This will [...]
Bisexual young people are often categorised in the L and G brackets of LGBT, and therefore can sometimes become invisible. Moreover, many don’t realise bisexual people have specific needs and issues which need to be considered and addressed. With this in mind, Allsorts Youth Project has set up a Bi Group, simply named ‘Bi Network.’ [...]
LGBT and Sport: A Story of Two Halves. I really look forward to the day when words like, brave, shocked or courageous are no longer used when a sportsperson tells the public that their sexuality isn’t heterosexual. Having watched the Channel Four programme, Britain’s Gay footballers (a misleading title as apparently there aren’t any) saw [...]
LGBT HIP have some exciting news to share regarding developments with the project in 2012. Originally, they were just focused on consulting with LGBT people on health issues. However, Brighton and Hove City Council have become interested in their work and have decided to support the project too – hence the change of name. They’ll still be LGBT HIP [...]
It can seem an overwhelming task to find what you’re looking for and Googling ‘lesbian or gay blog’ could lead you to hours of time spent down Alice’s Rabbit Hole in search for what you want. There are heaps of American blogs, so I thought I’d take a trip down the rabbit hole myself and unearth just who is LGBT and blogging in Brighton & Hove.
After thirty years, the lifelong ban on gay and bisexual men giving blood is set to be lifted late this year…with certain conditions attached. The main one being that a gay/bisexual man will only be allowed to donate blood as long as he has abstained from any sexual intercourse with another man for twelve months. [...]
July 2011 saw the launch of a new audio LGBT show by Kathy Caton for Brighton’s non-profit community station, Radio Reverb 97.2fm. Called ‘Out In Brighton’, it’s a radio guide to all things lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans in Brighton & Hove and is broadcast live on Radio Reverb 97.2FM between 4-5pm Thursday and repeated [...]
September 23rd marks a date that is more than just worthy a mention, because too often it is the letter in LGBT that, as Camel from Brighton BothWays points out, “is often the thing that happens in these communities that gets ignored”. September 23rd is National Bisexual Visibility Day with events held around the country [...]
Don’t want to go to the Park? Don’t think you should pay to do so? So, like, totally over the whole Pride thing?
Well what are you going to do this weekend then?