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Bisexuality as conspiracy theory?

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Polling organisation YouGov have a couple of new trackers – things they ask every six months to look at how attitudes and beliefs change over time. One asked over two thousand people in the UK this question: Thinking about sexuality, which of the following comes closer to your view? 'There is no middle ground – you are either heterosexual or… Read more »

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 »

Love is complicated, bi erasure is simple

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Within the past hour, The Guardian website published an article on women in their 30s having relationships with other women. The title? "'Love is always complicated': Elizabeth Gilbert and the rise of later-in-life lesbians – Eat, Pray, Love author flooded with support after she announces relationship with her best friend – but she is far from alone in meeting a… Read more »