A Sign on the Door
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A Sign on the Door

Why my use of both “Bisexual” and “Pansexual” might be problematic.

I published an entire book on this topic and still have more to learn.

Photo by Delia Giandeini on Unsplash

I’ve been out in small ways, to varying degrees, since I was sixteen years old. From a few really bad dates in high school with boys to fantasies about going to school dances with my all-girls-Catholic-school classmates, there was a short period of time where I wasn’t entirely…

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A Sign on the Door aims to ignite conversations centering intersectional identities and stories. LGBTQ+, feminist, anti-racist, empowering narratives from anyone wanting to share a little piece of themselves or an example of real-life learning are welcome.

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Jill Fredenburg

Jill Fredenburg

Author of LGBTQ+ Revolution 2.0 & occasional YouTube content creator 🏳️‍🌈 https://linktr.ee/JillFredenburg

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