Father of Bisexual Teenager Who Died by Suicide: 'It’s The Worst Pain You Can Ever Imagine' (Advocate)
Advocate coverage of the Adam Kizer suicide.
Deportation is on hold, again, for bisexual Orashia Edwards. His forced flight from the U.K. to his native Jamaica has been canceled, pending another appeal, as he tries to convince British authorities he is, in fact, bisexual.
Can Sexuality Be Changed? (The Atlantic)
A trial in New Jersey this week will determine whether telling gay people that they can become straight constitutes consumer fraud. The ruling might mean the end of so-called “conversion therapies” for good.
For one session that reportedly cost $100, Downing asked Levin to stand in front of a full-length mirror. According to court documents, Downing told Levin to say a negative thing about himself and remove an article of clothing with each criticism. When he was fully naked, Levin alleges that Downing told him to touch his penis and his buttocks. Eventually, Downing said “good,” and the session ended. Downing allegedly tried similar nudity-based methods on other JONAH clients.
Her adoration clearer than ever, Miley ended her speech with the following statement: “She made the world evolve, her life and her success is proof that we can self-evolve. I want to thank you for fighting for our freedom, Joan, and I love you so much.”
One respondent said her pyschotherapist blamed her rape on the woman's bisexuality.
The report, published Wednesday, found that respondents reported the most instances of biphobia when attempting to access services specifically for LGBT people, or through the U.K.'s National Health Service. “[Forty-eight percent] have experienced biphobic comments, and 38 percent have experienced unwanted sexual comments about them being bisexual while accessing [such] services,” the report found.
Dismantling the Wall: Bisexuality and the Possibilities of Sexual Identity Classification Based on Acts, Naomi Mezey, Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice
(Note, I've not fully reviewed this. Article discusses the social construction of bisexuality as an identity).