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This might be a bit of a long shot but here goes. Several months ago I accepted an (unpaid) speaking engagement in Cambridge on October 27th. It's 15 minutes to the Freshers, and my plan was/is basically 'how to support bisexual friends, how not to fall into common pitfall myths about bisexuals, how to find the UK bi scene if you want to find it'. Basically to run through the Bisexual Index FAQ, with emphasis on the non-compulsory nature of it all.

So far sounds like my kind of thing, doesn't it? But I've run into a problem. There's a meeting about bisexuality with an arm of the UK Government that would also like my attendance that afternoon. Due to the scheduling problems of getting civil servants and bisexual activists in the same room at the same time, the only time/date everyone else can make is 3pm on that same day.

I can't do both. Cambridge want A Bisexual Speaker, whereas the gov. meeting wants Marcus Morgan.

So - can anyone step in for the talk in Cambridge? (I'm not prepared to cancel on them unless someone can go in my stead)

ETA: Volunteer found, thank you all!


Oct. 4th, 2011 10:53 am (UTC)
It looks like you have more local offers. I could do it otherwise.
Oct. 4th, 2011 04:27 pm (UTC)
Yes, I think we're sorted now - thanks for the offer (c: