OUT cast Maine 02/07/2022


OUT cast Maine 02/07/2022


OUT cast Maine


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Tune in to OUT Cast on Monday, February 7th to hear OUT Cast Collective member Frank Brooks’ interview with Bobbi Keppel, MSW, LCSW.


Bobbi Keppel is a social work activist and a leading advocate for bisexual people/communities in Maine, the US and internationally. She is also a social work educator, author of many articles and chapters in books addressing the needs of bisexual people of all ages and older bisexual people in particular. Her contribution to bisexuality visibility includes chapters in two groundbreaking works on bisexuality, Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the world and the now classic Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak out.

In addition, during her social work career, she has been a leader in establishing HIV prevention programs for people over 50 and In the 1990’s she and Alan Hamilton developed the Sexual Orientation and Affectional Scales. These scales helped further deepen our understanding of the complexity of human sexuality and the interplay of emotional, social, and affectional aspects on how human beings function in intimate relationships. In the past and recently, she has been a member of the LGBT Parent Support Group in Portland and has two adult children.

She lives in Portland and is a musician and fiber arts practitioner.

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90.9 WMPG


Portland, Maine


WMPG, OUTcast Maine, LGBTQ Issues, social work activist, bisexual, bisexuality, Sexual orientation and affectional scales, Bobbi Keppel


Cultural History | Digital Humanities | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | History | History of Gender | Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies | Oral History | Other Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

OUT cast Maine 02/07/2022