From one queer to another, it's a minefield out there.
Questioning your sexuality and interested in dating men for the first time? Here's what you need to know.
As one of the few out bisexual British celebrities, Megan Barton-Hanson' weighs in on where to start with dating other genders.
Make it about him. Support him if he wants to tell friends and family. Don't make assumptions about “what it means” for your relationship.
We asked academics specialising in the reclamation of language to weigh in.
Bisexual people have poorer mental, physical and sexual health than either heterosexuals or homosexuals. We explore why.
If you're questioning your heterosexuality and/or interested in dating women for the first time: You've come to the right place.
One misconception about bisexual people is that we like our own gender and other genders exactly the same. That's not always the case.
Coming out—or simply recognizing burgeoning queer feelings—doesn't invalidate the love you have for the person you're with.
“We’re seen as people who are either lying about our sexuality or going through a phase; that we’re not capable of committed relationships; that we’re confused or just plain greedy for sex.”