Put Your Sins On the Page

Put Your Sins On the Page

Hi and welcome to The B, the new biweekly Friday column made by and for bisexuals, pansexuals, the sexually fluid, queer, and anyone else who is attracted to people of more than one gender I looked incredulously at the title of Anne Perry’s writing instructional, “Put Your Heart on the Page”. In smaller letters I was informed the slogan was also available as a tote bag, and I burst into laughter. ... »

Mad Max: Fury Road – A Wild Ride of Empowerment

Mad Max: Fury Road – A Wild Ride of Empowerment

(There will be spoilers in here but there is an all caps and bolded warning before the spoilers start) Finally an action movie I can recommend without saying “It’s great! But….it’s sexist or there’s a really violent assault scene or there’s a lot of heterosexual sex or there are no women”. Now in case you haven’t seen the original 1979 movie staring Mel Gibson, Mad Max takes place in dystopian fut... »

Quickies: Ireland Votes Yes, Eurovision 2015, Trans Visibility

Quickies: Ireland Votes Yes, Eurovision 2015, Trans Visibility

Ireland Votes “Yes” to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage – Ireland has overwhelmingly approved a referendum to legalize same-sex marriage. “Yes” won with 62% of the nation wide vote, with only one constituency voting against. “Yes I said yes I will yes!” – Gay activist and drag queen Panti Bliss aka Rory O’Neill reacts to Ireland’s legalization ... »

10 Ways Same Sex Marriage is Literally Destroying Society

10 Ways Same Sex Marriage is Literally Destroying Society

Hello friends! As you’re probably aware, last week the Republic of Ireland legalised same-sex marriage, and also made history by being the first country ever to do so via a national referendum. Whilst this is great news for many of us, I think it’s very important for us to remember that not everyone in society will benefit from this historic decision. Indeed, for many cisgender heteros... »

Irish Vote on Same-Sex Marriage

Irish Vote on Same-Sex Marriage

The Irish are going to the polls today to vote on a referendum on whether to legalize same-sex marriage in Ireland. The referendum has been hotly debated for months. So far, the turnout is even hire than expected. From the Irish Times, Ireland is the first country to vote on marriage equality and in Dublin some turnout was seen as quite high for lunchtime. Polling stations across the country opene... »

The Life and Times of an Aspiring Saint

The Life and Times of an Aspiring Saint

Hi and welcome to The B, the new biweekly Friday column made by and for bisexuals, pansexuals, the sexually fluid, queer, and anyone else who is attracted to people of more than one gender. I slid out of my mother’s womb filled with the unshakeable belief that I had arrived to conquer. As a child, my favorite playtime activity was to brainstorm different professions that would put me as one of the... »

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