Do you fancy yourself a writer, either amateur or professional? If so, Bisexual.com wants you! We are looking for folks with something interesting to say to write articles for us.
From 2004 until 2007 Bisexual.com published articles written exclusively for us by such prominent professional GLBT writers as Robyn Ochs, Holly Baines, Toko-pa Turner and others. We had to stop due to the costs, unfortunately.
On the new site we want to have articles done by amateur and professional writers who are looking for exposure or experience. Unfortunately we can't pay, but we will trade for Premium Membership on the site (coming soon), or advertising/banners on the site (if you have a GLBT business) or publicity for your book or blog perhaps. Basically Drew will trade anything but his body (and maybe even that) for articles!
We are already a self-publishing platform - anyone can start a forum thread, blog post, or group discussion, but if you want to polish an idea into something substantial then we would gladly publish it as an official Article and feature it prominently on the site.
Soon we will be featuring articles on the homepage of the site (as we did on the old site), so contact Drew today via the Contact Us link at the bottom of every page of the site with your article idea. Ideally articles will be self-edited or you will get a friend here on bisexual.com (or elsewhere) to edit it for you and give you valuable feedback, but time-permitting, Drew is willing to help you edit it.
The articles should be substantially (but not necessarily exclusively) about bisexuality or bisexual people, including but not limited to topics like:
- Interviews with bisexual artists and entertainers
- Opinion/political essays
- Calls for advocacy and action
- Reporting on the research and science of human sexuality
- Upcoming books and events, or reviews of the same, of interest to bisexuals
Help make Bisexual.com a beehive of ideas and culture concerning bisexuality and contribute to a better understanding of human sexuality both within and beyond the bisexual community.