Bi America: Myths, Truths, And Struggles Of An Invisible Community: Bi America is a fascinating resource that exposes the challenges, struggles, and triumphs of bisexuals in America. Bisexuals, especially those newly coming out, can use this book to help understand their identity, and family members and friends seeking some insight into the unique circumstances faced by their loved ones will also find it helpful.
Bi Lives : Bisexual Women Tell Their Stories: Eighteen interviews with bisexual women reveal a vast range of backgrounds and adult experiences, from childhoods in urban settings to youth spent on a southern Virginia farm, from a woman currently married and monogamous as well as not very sexual to one who is now nonmonogamous with both a woman and a man.
Bisexual Spaces : A Geography of Sexuality and Gender: Where are all the bisexuals? This elusive subject is explored in provocative fashion by Clare Hemmings in Bisexual Spaces. In a society dominated by an either/or mentality, bisexuality often defies explanation. Combining queer theory with cultural geography, autobiographical, archival, and media sources, Hemmings insists on the importance of bisexuality in lesbian, transgendered and queer spaces.
Blessed Bi Spirit: Bisexual People of Faith: A kaleidoscopic anthology of the works of bisexual men and women of all faiths who are eager to explore the impact of their sexuality on their spiritual lives.
Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World: If you are bisexual or questioning, this book is your lifeline to a supportive and accepting bisexual culture – buy it and read it until the covers fall off. If you belong to a LBGT organization, you need this book in your office. If you are a service provider, this book on your shelves identifies you as compassionate to bisexuals. If someone you love is bisexual or questioning, you have found the perfect gift.