A while ago I was asked by the wonderful Lottie if I would work with her on a project.
Biscuit is that project.
What is Biscuit?
Biscuit is a brand new online magazine for the growing demographic of women who identify as bisexual.
While gay and lesbian resources have abounded over the past two decades, the B in LGBT has often been ignored. And although surveys and statistics relating to a person’s sexuality are notoriously unreliable, the Daily Mail recently reported that a staggering 50% of women identify themselves as bisexual or bicurious.
There is no doubt that we live in an era where strict delineations of sexual identity are fading, with more and more women eager to experiment and push the boundaries of their own sexuality.
From celebrities to Big Brother to your friends and neighbours, bisexuality is an increasingly significant lifestyle choice for women the length and breadth of the UK.
Biscuit will cater for this fast growing market, with a sassy and switched on editorial policy. Sexy without being pornographic, intelligent without being elitist, and political without being dull.
Creativity,eye-catching design and informed writers ensure that Biscuit will be the online resource of choice for the cool, metropolitan bi woman.
Charlotte Dingle is a friend from London. Her bio for Biscuit is
Charlotte – or Lottie as we prefer to call her – held the editorship of lesbian monthly glossy g3 magazine during the magazine’s most successful period, culminating in the ‘Publication of the Year’ award at the prestigious Stonewall Awards.
Lottie brings immense editorial experience to Biscuit, together with a natural instinct for future trends and edgy content.
Her vast network of contacts will ensure that Biscuit is never short of top class contributors and controversial, though-provoking content