Author Archives: Prince
November 13th Bisexual Group
The Bisexual Group gathered on the 2nd Sunday of November, the 13th, with a special guest: Lorena Lombardi, life coach, and last person responsible to the now defunct organism “
Bi Unité Montreal”. She presented herself, talked about the death of her once-famous organism and went on with the month’s subject: intersectionality. The subject spanned the different angles of discrimination (family-based, in professional context and around public instances like law enforcement and health services), then the different layers applicable to that concept (we used the example of stigmas on relationship styles, like polyamory, to add on the classic myths around bisexuality). Read the rest of this entry
Bonjour à toutes et à tous,
Andreanne Martin et son équipe travaille actuellement sur un projet cinématographique sur le thème de la non-monogamie, de l’amour libre et du polyamour. Nous sommes toujours à la recherche de participant(e)s. Nous recherchons des personnes vivant des relations non-monogames. Nous serions intéressés à rencontrer des personnes de tous les âges et de toutes les situations. Read the rest of this entry
Bisexual Group – October 9th
The Bisexual Group gathered on October 9th. After a round-table of presentations, we attacked this month’s main subject: pornography! The subject was dissected meticulously and we proceeded to discuss about the influence of Internet over our sexuality. We had a brief digression about strict hetero-/homosexual orientations, and touched the subject of common issues and solutions between bisexuals, which is the essence of this group. Read the rest of this entry
September 11th Bisexual Group
We gathered as usual on the 2nd Sunday of September to discuss the subject of bisexuality. We covered the subjects of curiosity (in the sense of sexual or genuine curiosity, but also in the sense of the “hetero-curious” and “homo-curious” sexual orientations).
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Study on non-heterosexual females
Are you a woman who is NOT heterosexual?
If YES, then you are invited to participate in my project focusing on women’s health and healthcare experiences in the greater Montreal area!
To participate, you need to:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Identify as bisexual, pansexual, queer, questioning, or anything other than heterosexual (even if you are not “out”) (trans* women included!)
- Have accessed healthcare in the last 10 years
July 10th Bisexual Group
We gathered this Sunday, as usual, after the Poly groups. The month’s topic was “living in monogamous relationships”, a subject that brought varied opinions about the advantages and disadvantages of closed relationships for bisexuals. We used this article to start the discussions, and flowed towards the varied degrees of open relationships. The discussion engaged after that towards particularities of relationships between bisexuals, bi-hetero and bi-homo couples. Read the rest of this entry
June 12’s Bisexual Group
Under the watchful eye of Natalie, Prince had the great pleasure of animating the latest Bisexual Group. After a round table of presentations, Prince talked about the Kinsey, Red-Purple and Klein scales, thus charting a bunch of terms: heterosexual (straight), heterocurious, heteroflexible, pansexual, homoflexible, homocurious, homosexual (gay/lesbian). Prince mentioned the existence of romantic, sexual, behavioural and social factors in everyone’s orientation.
The Purple-Red scale brought yet another dimension that we inspected, and we went on with other dimensions such as gender identity and interest in kink, that we found had generally no correlation between each other.
Some participant wanted to come back to last month’s subject -when to consider coming out- with a particular case of office flirt, that the group enjoyed discussing about. Read the rest of this entry
May 8th Bisexual Group
We gathered again in the beginning of Spring to bounce our latest ideas around. After a round table to present ourselves, we exchanged on several topics:
- Known “coming out” techniques
- “Who should be come out to?” (the “need to know basis” is a subjective line)
- The parallel between coming out as polyamorous and coming out as bisexual
- A clarification on what pansexuality meant to each of us
- Particular social rejection felt by male bisexuals
- How to make the perceptions of the people around us evolve
- Going with the flow (as an everyday lifestyle) and “Bisexual invisibility”
- Romantic versus behavioural bisexuality (in reference to the Purple Scale)
- Some words about orientation flexibility Read the rest of this entry
Looking Back: BDSM Group May 3, 2015
Contessa_Alura(a) opened the meeting, mentioning the ALCC(b)’s resources (books, workshops, counselling specialists) and Safe Space Policy. Participants were encouraged to ask questions and share their personal opinions while always respecting the opinions and tastes of all other participants. This meeting will be about Mistress_Magnum(c) and slave_feel(d) sharing their real-life BDSM(e) experience: They will share thoughts about their relation. Read the rest of this entry
April 10th bisexual group
The Bisexuals group gathered on this pre-spring Sunday with the firm intention of debating around the nuances contained in the Urban Dictionary’s definition of the Unicorn and bounced off to discussions related to applications of bisexuality in polyamorous context. We then covered concepts like the impostor syndrome and the junction of fetishist considerations in bisexuality, to end up comparing our flirting methods and tactics. That might be the subject of the next group. The group finished off in a restaurant, where we exchanged freely amongst ourselves. By the amount of laughter, I can say every participant had quite a lot of fun when we figured that the trick to successful flirting is simply not to be creepy. Thanks to everyone that attended for their awesome attitude and see you around!