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Melbourne Bisexual Network – How do you represent Bisexuality in the erotic

Guest Duc Dau, is one of the coordinators of Bi+ Community Perth, and Juniper Muller, from the Melbourne Bisexual Network, talk all things Bi+.

Duc Dau is a researcher in the process of completing a long overdue academic book on the Bible book, Song of Songs, passages from which are often read at weddings.

Tonight includes: The erotic through history, terms for sexuality being recent inventions, bisexuality behaviour having been around for centuries, and is sexuality important in film or is it more the acts that they engage in.

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