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Heron Greenesmith
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Heron Greenesmith is a policy attorney and researcher for LGBT folks, and an advocate for bi-visibility. She has written about employment discrimination and the legal invisibility of bisexuality. Heron is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and American University, Washington College of Law and is admitted to the New York and Massachusetts bars. She is a board member of the National LGBT Bar Association, a recent fellow with the Rockwood Leadership Institute and a returned Peace Corps Volunteer. Find her on her blog, on Twitter (@herong), on Instagram (@herongio) or on Goodreads.

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Parenting While Bisexual

(1) Comments | Posted June 8, 2016 | 7:21 PM

This past May I celebrated my first Mother's Day. I got flowers, breakfast, the whole lot. No real break from parenting. Does that even exist?

Turns out parenting is hard work. Our recently-adopted 5-year-old kiddo came fully loaded with sassy comebacks, strong opinions about food, and a love of...

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New Infographic for Bisexual Awareness Week Highlights Stigma and Disparities Facing Bisexual People

(0) Comments | Posted September 21, 2015 | 9:41 AM

Many are unaware that bisexual people comprise more than half of the LGBT population in the United States. Yet bisexual people are among the most invisible, and face stigma, legal inequality, and a lack of bisexual-specific data that all contribute to poor outcomes for bisexual people across the country.


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Why I Say I'm Bisexual

(27) Comments | Posted January 13, 2014 | 2:16 PM

I say I'm bisexual because I am. Because when I move through the world, I see people and parts and hearts and eyes and hair and I recognize the potential in myself to love all those things.

I say I'm bisexual because queer is in my heart and for my...

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