|Author:||Ron Jackson Suresh, Peter Chvany|
Gay Male & Bi Biography/Memoir
Bi Men is a lively collection of moving personal essays from bisexual men and those who love them, exploring what it means to be bisexual in today's monosexually oriented society. Bisexual and bi-curious men will find comfort and camaraderie in these sto... read more
Depicted as duplicitous, traitorous, and promiscuous, bisexuality has long been suspected, marginalized, and rejected by both straight and gay communities alike.
Bi takes a long overdue, comprehensive look at bisexual politics—from the issues surround... read more
This collection of essays focuses on historical and contemporary representations of bisexuality - both "real" and "imagined" - in literature, film and the visual arts. They ask questions concerning what it means to desire both men and women and explores the role of bisexuality in the construction of every person's sexual identity.
|Author:||John Dececco Phd|
This anthology presents a vivid collection of essays that explore the history, strategies, philosophy, and diversity of bisexual politics and theory in the United States.The 33 contributors develop a multifaceted approach t... read more
Bisexuality: A Critical Reader presents the essential primary texts on bisexuality from the last 100 years in an easy-to-read format. Exploring this often controversial concept from a range of perspectives, this book places bisexuality in its historical and cultu... read more
Getting Bi collects 184 essays from around the world that explore bisexual identity. Topics include coming out, relationships, politics, community, and more. The book also addresses the intersection of bisexuality with race, class, ethnicity, gender ... read more
LGBTI & Queer Studies
|Awards:||Winner of the 2019 Stonewall Book Award: Israel Fishman Non-Fiction Book Award, celebrating exceptional LGBT literary talent.|
Michael Amherst makes a powerful argument that the enforcement of strict categories of sexuality, even when intended to be liberating, is restrictive and othering.
At a time when half of all young people in the UK identify as not exclusively straight, Go t... read more
Using bisexuality as a frame, Go the Way Your Blood Beats questions the division of sexuality into straight and gay, in a timely exploration of the complex histories and psychologies of human desire. A challenge to the idea that sexuality can either ... read more
Why is bisexuality the object of such skepticism? Why do sexologists steer clear of it in their research? Why has bisexuality, in stark contrast to homosexuality, only recently emerged as a nascent political and cultural identity? Bisexuality has been rendered as mostly irre... read more
|Author:||Joe Kort; Alexander P. Morgan (As told to)|
Jennifer can't believe it. Just married and pregnant, she discovers that her husband has been meeting Brad for sex. When confronted, Tom doesn't deny it, but he insists it's just "a thing" and he isn't gay. Elsewhere, Joh... read more