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Bisexual representation in literature: 20 books that celebrate diverse bi+ experiences

Bisexual Awareness Week is the perfect excuse to dive into these twenty books featuring bi+ characters and stories. However, there’s so much to love in this list that you’ll want to read these books all year long. From rakish bisexual lords to lovelorn accountants to real-life tales of exploration and discovery, there’s something for everyone. […]

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“The Unlikely Story of the Lesbians of First Friday” recalls a community of connection in the ’80s

In the early 1980s, a community could be hard to come by–especially for LGBTQ+ people living in rural areas and highly conservative parts of the country. For this reason, a group of lesbians living in Roanoke, Va. and surrounding areas began opening their doors to other lesbian and bisexual women. What started as strangers meeting […]

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Wildfang and Darcelle XV’s Drag-A-Thon earns a Guinness World Record

Portland, Oregon just made LGBTQ+ history and raised nearly $300,000 for charity simultaneously. Queer-owned apparel company Wildfang teamed up with legendary drag club Darcelle XV to put on Drag-A-Thon July 10-12, a record-breaking 48-hour continuous drag show benefitting Trevor Project and bringing attention to the “criminalization of drag in 15+ states across the U.S.”  The show took place at the Darrell […]

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What does Pride looks like in 2023?

Pride month is here along with events around the country to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. 2023 has been a year full of challenges for the community, with anti-queer and transgender legislation being passed in states like Texas and Florida. This legislation threatens to change everything from how we are able to raise our families to […]

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Fabrizzio Subia navigates loss and grief through art

When it comes to loss, Fabrizzio Subia may know more about that than most people. Having dealt with everything from familial loss to the erasure of his history, the Ecuadorian-American multidisciplinary artist (who has also done things like host the open-mic event Tortas y Talento) has unveiled the video installation “Año Nuevo (2023)”—a grief performance […]

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News is Good: Seattle Kraken & Dallas Stars show their Pride, a sweet proposal and more

Welcome to our weekly column, News is Good, where we feature positive news about the LGBTQ+ community. Too much of what we see in mainstream media coverage focuses on the challenges we face and not the celebrations. Here are a few things we’re excited about this week. The Seattle Kraken and Dallas Stars donned their rainbow colors […]

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Here’s some of the best LGBTQ+ content this year, according to GLAAD Award nominations

LGBTQ+ media advocacy organization GLAAD unveiled their 34th annual award nominations today and this year’s nominees include best in television, film, music and media. Receiving special recognition for their exemplary work in LGBTQ+ journalism are Washington Blade and Los Angeles Blade. The Blades will receive the Barbara Gittings Award for Excellence in LGBTQ Media for […]

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