Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out
by Loraine Hutchins(Editor), Lani Kaahumanu(Editor)
Bi Any Other Name demands for a reconceptualization of the polarities of sexual orientation. Bisexuality inherently challenges the dualistic perspective which is maintained by and necessitates our patriarchal structure. Like any oppressed group, bisexuals need to claim a voice and a history. Although they have existed across racial, ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic and temporal lines, bisexuals are cast outside mainstream consciousness because they do not fit into the prescribed dichotomous boundaries. Hutchins' and Kaahumanu's book is a collection of personal stories of bisexual men and women that depict the richness and diversity of bisexual life.
Coming Out Every Day: A Gay, Bisexual, and Questioning Man's Guide
by Ph.D. Bret K. Johnson
A practicing gay psychologist helps men struggling with their sexual orientation come to terms with themselves and with coming out. Johnson sensitively leads the questioning man through an admittedly challenging process of self-assessment, offering a wealth of suggestions for finding support, developing strategies for coming out to others, and building healthy new relationships with families, friends, lovers and partners.
Bisexuality and the Eroticism of Everyday Life
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by Marjorie Garber
The world is flat. The sun revolves around the earth. Human beings are either heterosexual or homosexual. The first two myths have long been abandoned, but the third has awaited its Columbus or Copernicus. Until now. In this witty, learned, and scrupulously researched book, Marjorie Garber examines bisexuality and its many modes through a dazzling variety of critical lenses: cultural, literary, and psychological. Bisexuality is a monumental inquiry into what "normal" might mean, and just how difficult it is to make claims about sexuality-someone else's or one's own. Whether you're curious or seriously interested, a lay reader or a student of sexuality or gender, Bisexuality is a book you will have to have.