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Tuesday, 16 July 2013 22:35

BiCon 2013 From July 18 To July 21 In Edinburgh

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 BiCon 2013 Edinburgh

Every years, between July 18 and July 21, the city of Edinburgh celebrates bisexuality!

BiCon is an annual gathering for bisexual people, their friends, partners and anyone with a supportive interest in bisexuality.

Workshops and entertainments are on the agenda. You will be able to discuss with other people and with Blogger Jane Carnall about The Future’s Bisexual, with Jamie and Veronica (Sex Worker OU) about Sex Work and Stigma or talk about how to flirt with women with Vicky Rosa.

Gender is also one of the subjects deals with during this weekend with, for example, the Non-Binary Gender Discussion with E on Friday afternoon or the Trans* Safer Space suggested by Louise Newberry on Saturday morning.

Finally, don't miss the BiCon ball on Sunday evening for maximum fun!

The complete program is available here in pdf: BICON 2013 PROGRAMBICON 2013 PROGRAM

The tickets' prices vary if you hope to come only one day or to attend the whole weekend.

Thus single day passes (workshops/entertainments) for Friday and Saturday at BiCon 2013 are priced as follows:
Unwaged and students - £20
Low waged - £25
Waged - £30

Evening passes, for the evening entertainments on Thursday, Friday or Saturday only will cost (per evening):
Unwaged and students: £5
Waged: £10

Non-residential passes for the whole weekend (Thursday evening – Sunday afternoon) are still available from £65 by registering online.

BiCon's organizers specify that the online pre-registration for day passes are not necessary – just come to the registration desk armed with cash on the day(s) you want to attend!

For more information, see the website of BiCon 2013:


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