TMI’s first episode of February 2014 is a hot one!
Bisexuality doesn’t get much attention, and then when it does, it is rarely with clarity. Serving to help the Bi, Pan, Fluid, Queer, Unlabeled and Allied communities of the Upper Midwest, the Bisexual Organizing Project (BOP) (of which I was a board member ten years back) has just transitioned to a new board for 2014. Joining us to discuss what the bi community is, what it needs, and how that’s been addressed so far, is former BOP chair Lauren Beach and incoming BOP chair Camille Holthaus.
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All that and much more on TMI for Saturday, February 1st, 2014, live at noon Central on WSUM 91.7FM in Madison, streaming live everywhere via http://wsum.org/ – tune in and get your cure for the common media!