We've mentioned in previous posts that we've had a great response to our call for participants and we're delighted to announce that we have now concluded the interview stage of the project! In total we interviewed 20 participants which is exactly the number we were aiming for. There were 13 women, 4 men, and 3 non-binary... Continue Reading →
There’s not much research out there that reports what bisexual men think about this, and even less which talks about how bisexual men feel about their identities, in terms of how they fit with their relationships. We’re committed to representing as many different bisexual people’s experiences in this project as possible.
In the interviews we’ve conducted so far, lots of our participants have spoken to us about the myths and stereotypes that circulate about bisexual people. One of these myths has had quite a lot of scrutiny in the press recently following a highly publicised incident on Celebrity Big Brother in August. Christopher Biggins declared bisexuals... Continue Reading →
As we mentioned in our recent post, recruitment for the project so far has been going wonderfully! We’re so grateful to the people of Bristol for responding so enthusiastically to the project. During October and November we ran a poster campaign in the cafes around Bristol city centre which was hugely successful in getting the... Continue Reading →
So far in the project, mainly women have taken part, so now we’re inviting participants who are bisexual men, and bisexual people who are non-binary and/or genderqueer. Does this sound like it could be you? If so, please do head over to our contact us page if you’d like to know more about taking part.... Continue Reading →
We know from the interviews we’ve done already that a lot of people enjoy the types of posts which circulate on social media - especially Tumblr - that celebrate and validate bisexuality. The bisexual people who’ve taken part in our research report that they find bisexuality just doesn’t get discussed or represented very much on TV... Continue Reading →
We know that sometimes it can be difficult to agree to take part in research like this when you don’t know anything about the people who are conducting it. In this update we introduce the team
We were delighted to be able to ask BiVisible Bristol’s members what they thought of our study and our research materials before we launched our recruitment for this research. We were grateful to be welcomed into the meet up on Wednesday 14th September and so many people gave us their thoughtful and considered responses. We... Continue Reading →