Episode 4: Don’t Rain on my Bisexual Parade – Binegativity and Misogyny

We are kicking off pride month like we kick off everything: talking about things that are depressing as fuck. This time bi-negativity and misogyny and the intersection of both. Do we need to remind you that you need chocolate to get through this episode? No, we don’t.

 

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