Monthly Archives: May 2017

Kicking the B out of football

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I missed reading The Guardian's article, 'FA's Greg Clarke: football has a serious issue engaging with LGBT people, last week. Partly that's because my first thought was 'Well, it'd help if they didn't get rid of the "game's only openly bisexual male administrator" for pointing out that things were less than perfect in all sorts of equality areas.' It'd also… Read more »

Fifty years on, the bi erasure continues

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The Observer have an article on the fiftieth anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of sex between men in 1967. They've called it Glad to be gay: leading figures on 50 years of liberation. Given that the writer of the song referenced there is bisexual you'd think that… ha, of course not. Someone who's made a documentary, Queerama, about LGBT life… Read more »

A matter of PRIDE!

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Yesterday, the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign posted something about IDAHoBiT. It's a direct consequence of the 'Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners'* (LGSM) campaign from the 1980s miners strike that the one-sided 'Battle of Orgreave' was part of. The film 'PRIDE!' might have told you about the LGSM, but you might not have heard about Orgreave. The short version… Read more »

International Day of Oh No, Not Again

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In the UK we'd say it's the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia today. I see that Wikipedia prefers a different order. Regardless, 'IDA-HoBiT' as the UK bi community tends to pronounce it is One Of Those Days where if there's any coverage at all, it's a gay man – and if you're lucky or it's a 'women's' programme,… Read more »