Review: Bisexuality conferences tackle hate crime, censorship and Shakespeare

Published: September 2, 2010

Two major events in the bisexual calendar took place at the weekend, suggesting that 2010 may eventually go down in history not just as a year for celebrating Gay Pride, but also as the year when the B in LGBT finally stretched its wings and took to the skies. The bisexual community is coming of age – and they believe it is time that government and other sexual minorities took them seriously.

First up, on the Thursday before the bank holiday, was BiReCon 2010. Variously billed as the first international conference on bisexual research and ‘Bisexual Reconnaissance’, BiReCon is positioned as the first day of the weekend-long BiCon and attracted around 70 academics and researchers from across the globe.

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