Bisexuals and their Laptops: Bisexuality contextualized in a lost queer history

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Welcome to AH&HL’s third annual guest-post series for Bisexual Awareness Week! The “Bisexuals and their Laptops” series aims to share a diverse set of bisexual stories, histories, and celebrations. This post is by bisexual trans writer, Logan Fenner (he/him). Read all identity posts. Author’s Note: I have included a glossary of terms at the end […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: The Writing on the Wall

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Welcome to AH&HL’s third annual guest-post series for Bisexual Awareness Week! The “Bisexuals and their Laptops” series aims to share a diverse set of bisexual stories, histories, and celebrations. This post is by Black bisexual writer, Ja-Mel Vinson (he/him). Read all identity posts. As a kid, the stories I wrote would have protagonists named Atre Williamson, Astor […]

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J&J Chats: Should I come out to My Homophobic Parents?

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I live with my homophobic parents and I don’t know what will happen if I come out as bi, but it hurts to hear what they say about gay people. I hate that they think I’m a completely different person that who I really am. I guess it doesn’t make sense for me to come […]

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J&J Chats: I might be a lesbian

The title says J and J chats. I was bisexual, but now I think I could be a lesbian.

Advice seeker tries to come to terms with being a lesbian, which is difficult due to some intersectionality with regards to race. Welcome to J&J Chats! A series of advice and discourse discussions from J (Jess) & J (Jas, aka, my girlfriend). Read all chats here. Read a similar chat about “bisexual or lesbian” here. […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Bisexual wonderland

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For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This interview of TJ, a bisexual nonbinary person and creator of the Fan Wonderland podcast, discusses their journey with gender/sexuality identities as a person with Asperger’s. (Read […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Collecting kisses

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For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Lexi N reflects on her budding bisexuality from a young age. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: I’m a bi kinda guy

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For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Steph Kyriacou follows his bisexual journey from his first coming out to his most recent. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: More than one

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, more than one, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post (by an anonymous a cisgender woman of Asian descent in her 30s) carries us through the journey of her bisexuality into adulthood and her […]

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Bisexuals and Their Laptops: Coming out as a Christian

The blog logo has a bisexual pride banner behind it. The title states, coming out as a christian, bisexuals and their laptops.

For Bisexual Awareness Week, I have a series of guest posts scheduled every day leading up to 5 posts for today (Sept 23rd). Buckle up for some bi visibility! This post by Nanci examines her relationship with God under the lens of her bisexuality. (Read all posts in the series here.)

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