From ‘homophobic’ to treasured items – highlights from our lesbian pulp fiction discussion

Claire Henson, People and Culture Events Co-ordinator at the University, writes about our event with Dr Kaye Mitchell on Wednesday 10 February exploring the phenomena of lesbian pulp fiction. I first discovered lesbian pulp fiction when I was working in a university library. I remember seeing the cover of Odd Girl Out by Ann Bannon, …

The B Word? Visibility and inclusion of bisexuality

On Wednesday 3 February, it was our pleasure to welcome Dr Christina Richards, Psychotherapist and Senior Specialist Psychology Associate and Clinical Research Fellow, to campus for a discussion around perceptions of bisexuality within society. The event started with some set questions for Dr Richards, followed by an open Q&A with the audience – it was fascinating …