Sex chats for 10p
While bisexual people are less likely to be the victims of violent assaults, they are more likely to face constant tacit biphobia, from having their sexuality doubted to being interrogated about their sex lives and some people assuming they automatically be up for a threesome. 5.30pm – 7.30pm every second Monday of the month at Nottingham Women’s Centre, 30 Chaucer Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LP.
It’s also an unfortunate fact that bisexuals sometimes face discrimination from within the LGBTQ community. The Sumac Centre has flat access via the back door on Beech Avenue, and a wheelchair toilet. 4.30pm: “Purple Prose: Bisexuality in Britain” at Five Leaves bookshop. Contact Mel at the women’s centre if you want someone to meet you beforehand.
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As usual I have barely been able to find any photos of the bi, trans, QTIPOC and BLM groups in the media. However Bi Topia flags and members are visible in the background on the ITV news website, and there is a photo of QTIPOC members and the Chameleons banner there too.
We envision this will be a relaxed evening of food, drinks and conversation where we think and talk about how the group can take shape to best support us and our needs. Please feel free to get in touch online if you would like to speak before we meet.
This meet-up is for queer, trans and intersex identified (or curious/questioning) people of colour only. We are on Facebook and Twitter and we’d love to chat with you. The Big Bi Fun Day – Sat 14th May This is a family friendly afternoon at The Friends Meeting House in Leicester. Bi Con 2016 – 4th – 7th August – tickets now on sale.
I would be very interested in hearing from anyone that’s experienced biphobic hate crime that would be willing for me to share their experiences at the meeting (on an anonymous basis). If you would like to reserve a wheelchair space or one of our more accessible seats, do contact us ahead of time so we can make sure to reserve the best seats available for you.” Monday 20th, Nottingham Finding a voice: minority identities within and beyond LGBTQ – Update: Details for this are now available, and it’s 6.30pm till 8.15pm at the New Art Exchange. NAE has good wheelchair access inc toilet and lifts.
His name is Pete, and you can reach him by emailing if you have any problems or questions, or just want to chat to someone about the group.
Communities Inc also have a shot of Bi Topia members and a very brief video clip of BLM leading the parade. Intersectional signs with messages such as ‘Black Lesbian Lives Matter’ or ‘Black Nonbinary Lives Matter’ are also being held in the air.
The Notts Post website has a photo featuring a lot of trans groups and trans flags. A photo of some of the people walking in the parade with Bi Topia. Some have rainbow coloured flowers round their necks and/or bi flags round their shoulders like capes. The message reads ‘Bringing together bi people in the East Midlands.’ After the parade Bi Topia members met up in various different venues around the city centre to socialise.
International Celebrate Bisexuality Day, also known as Bi Visibility Day, is on Saturday 23 September 2017. This post now updated with maps and timings – see below.
3pm-5pm, subject to weather: Mini-festival with info, spoken word and music, at Speakers’ Corner by the Cloughie statue just off the Old Market Square, combined with giving out flyers to inform people about local bi stuff.