Yoko Ono, the 82-year-old experimental artist and widow of John Lennon, just revealed some interesting things about her late husband—namely that he was bisexual, and would have liked to have had sex with men, but just never found one that was good enough for him.
I was never attracted to pregnant women—until I got pregnant myself.
It's Bisexual Visibility Day in the western hemisphere, which should be cause for celebration and pride. Unfortunately, a new report from the Human Rights Campaign says that bi youth in the United States receive more harassment and less support than their lesbian and gay peers.
Dear Prudie is just a troll, right? That's her thing? Like, that time when she attempted to "help" a "gluttonous" child (CHILD!!!) with a mocking animated video that depicted said child (CHILD!!!!!!!!) as a ghoulish pig-monster—she didn't really believe that that was a good, ethical, constructive thing to do, right?
Bobby Crawford knows that straight male car enthusiasts often see their vehicles as women. Crawford isn't straight, and his Subaru (a brand closely associated already with lesbians) isn't a woman. His Subaru is a he.
Actress and True Blood star Anna Paquin was subjected to extremely ignorant questions about her bisexuality from media heavyweight Larry King, however she quickly took him to task for his fundamental misunderstanding of her sexual orientation.
You'd think we'd have learned by now not to get too attached to anyone on Game of Thrones. The show seems to take perverse glee in destroying our emotions. Even knowing what was coming, though, didn't make me ready for it.
Match.com, a subscription dating service that targets people looking for more serious relationships, is getting a bit more bi-friendly. But only a little bit.
In the New York Times Magazine this weekend, Benoit Denizet-Lewis reveals the inner workings of the American Institute of Bisexuality, a group whose $17 million endowment is "partly responsible for a surge of academic and scientific research across the country about bisexuality."
The New York Times' Modern Love column is like a box of chocolates, if half of the chocolates were replaced by cringeworthy middle school journals crumpled up and dipped in hardened, bitter regret. I'm happy to report, however, that this week's Modern Love was actually pretty sweet.
Conservatives, polish off your finest clutching pearls: after a close race, we're getting closer to a winner in Arizona's 9th Congressional district, and she's a Bill O'Reilly nightmare. Meet Kyrsten Sinema, a 36-year-old pro-LGBT, pro-environment, pro-choice, non-religious, openly bisexual Democrat in her thirties.…
New analysis was presented yesterday by the National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study regarding same-sex sexual activity amongst 17-year-olds. The NLLFS was comparing their numbers to numbers obtained from The U.S. National Survey of Family Growth to figure out if lesbian parents inspire their children to engage in…
Good news, bisexual men: Scientists have decided that you exist! You may now stop fighting your attraction to both women and men, because some dude in a lab coat says you're allowed to want whoever you want.
Way back in 2006, Young Dro climbed the charts with his one and only hit, "Shoulder Lean". As much as I would love to regale you with stories of how this song was played at every party for the following two years, the reason I bring it up is because it's the song that started it all. In my mind at least. Young Dro's…
A study purportedly shows that straight men are more likely to forgive a girlfriend's cheating if she does it with another woman. What's behind the idea that girl-on-girl cheating somehow isn't "real"?
The UK's Daily Mail has announced "the dawn of the flexisexual"—a perceived increase of "straight women who flirt with bisexuality." It's a new phenomenon that started with celebrities and is now affecting "regular" women. Trend alert!
A new study shows that teens who have sex with both male and female partners are more likely to experience dating violence, and less likely to use condoms.
I've never really had any TV characters I could identify with, who seemed to represent my personal experience of sexuality. But then I discovered Brittany and Santana on Glee.
We're not sure what makes this Austrian Ikea commercial less likely to air in the US: the fact that it gleefully depicts infidelity, or its suggestion that male bisexuality exists.