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Marks: Why we should care about Bisexual Visibility Week/Day

Last week was Bisexual Visibility Week, Sept. 19-26, and Bisexual Visibility Day, Sept. 23. The events last seven days and bring awareness to the bisexual community. Bisexual Visibility Day holds the most celebratory activities. Bisexual Visibility Day is a worldwide phenomenon. Portland, Oregon, hosted a retreat for those who are …

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The Queer Feminist Guide To the Olympics

The Olympics has a long history of LGBTQA+ discrimination and sexism. The Olympic games were first held in 1896, in Athens, Greece. Women were first permitted to compete in the 1900 Paris games, in lawn tennis and golf, but athletics and gymnastics were not added until 1928. Until this summer, …

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