Queer and Queerer Ep. 40 – Bi and Bier (ft. Robyn Ochs)

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Peterson and Zack are delighted to welcome the fabulous Robyn Ochs to this week’s episode. Robyn is a renowned speaker at conferences and on college campuses and is particularly known for her bisexuality activism. In this episode, we discuss the complicated nature of sexual identities and the history of bisexual advocacy. Robyn also reminds us of the power of the personal narrative with a story of her own. Join in the conversation by leaving a comment here or on our Facebook page!

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Here’s some more information about what we talked about this week:

» Check out Robyn Ochs’ homepage and Like her on Facebook.

» Find this week’s erotic poem and other bisexual testimonials in Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World.

» Get details on the upcoming central PA GSA Leadership Summit!

Note from Zack: In this episode, we discuss the way various kinds of identities exist independently and yet can intersect. I’ve included the chart below, which I’ve used in classes and presentations before, as a little visual aid for thinking about each of these identities as separate continua. An individual can could have any combination of points on the following five continua, and that would only start to paint the picture of their identity.

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  • Joe G. says:

    I have never heard Robyn Ochs before, but glad I did. She’ll be at OSU in a month or two sponsored by the OSU bi/poly group. I also liked her variation on the “It gets better” message. Very nice question, Zack.

    I also liked how she blurted out, “I’ve got to go!” when Peterson was talking about being together on the couch near the fireplace. Boy, do I understand where she’s coming from!

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