About the Creator

Cheryl is a bisexual writer, researcher and advocate. She holds an MA in Sociology from York University where her studies focused on women’s sexuality and queer youth. Cheryl’s work has been published in The Journal of Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Identity, The Journal of Homosexuality, The Journal of Bisexuality, Herizons, Fireweed and the book called I Could Not Speak My Heart: Education and Social Justice for Gay and Lesbian Youth. In 2003 she completed a project on bisexual health and wellness in Ontario for the Ontario Public Health Association and was co-convenor of the first ever Bi Health Summit, held August 2003 in San Diego. Cheryl also coordinates “Fluid” – a group for bisexual, bi-curious, pansexual, genderqueer, questioning and other queer youth who don’t fit neatly into categories, through Toronto’s Supporting Our Youth community development initiative. Cheryl is very involved in her local bisexual community, lives in Toronto’s gay village, and wants to start wearing a t-shirt that says “This is what a bisexual feminist looks like.”

Contact Cheryl at: cheryl_dobinson@sympatico.ca