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37 Books By, For, or About Bisexual or Otherwise Non-Monosexual People



The Internet, and actually also real life, can be a minefield for people who want to learn about or talk about bisexuality. The effort of trying to sift through the straight-up biphobia and the fetishizing porn aimed at straight men can wear you out long before you manage to find anything helpful, insightful, or illuminating. To try to make this process a little easier, we’ve compiled a starter of a list of resources. Here you’ll find academic books and nonfiction books documenting the experiences of bisexual people, fiction or memoir that depicts bisexual people, and a few online resources.We recognize that this is by no means complete! We’d love to find more resources, especially those dealing with bisexual trans* people and bisexual people of color, and would love to add resources that speak not just to bisexuality, but to pansexuality and omnisexuality and other identities. If you have any suggestions, let us know in the comments!Also, this list is such that not every title on it could be read and vetted by us personally — we can’t guarantee that these texts depict bisexual people in unproblematic ways, that the ideas put forth by bisexual authors are unproblematic, or that these texts are free of cissexism and racism. If there’s a reason these texts shouldn’t be recommended, let us know!



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More Resources:
Now available for pre-order world-wide — Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution by the well known academic and activist Shiri Esiner (aka bidyke on tumblr) who explains, “It’s my attempt to create a radical bisexual politics, and it is deeply informed by intersectionality, feminism, trans politics and race politics – not in the least because I myself am a trans* person of color.”
Even if you are they type of person who doesn’t usually buy/read poetry you owe it to yourself to get a copy of the 2012 Lambda Literary Award winning book, “The Horizontal Poet” by Jan Steckel. She is a retired doctor suffering from a disability, an activist for bisexual and disability rights, and a writer. Steckel’s personal experiences and interests are reflected in her poetry. As a reviewer said, “It is written for and about the people. Young people, old people, male people, female people, white people, brown people, tan people, bi-people, straight-people and gay people. Intellectuals and non-intellectuals. Is it weird to say I have a crush on Jan Steckel?” Read this volume and you will too.
Everyone on tumblr (no matter your orientation, gender/gender identity) who loves reading needs to be following Bisexual Books. A place to find views and reviews of books from the bisexual perspective. From YA novels to academic non-fiction, children’s picture books to erotica, they cover it all!

This is great list, including some titles I wasn’t aware had bi content until now!   A a good blend of nonfiction and fiction.   We’ve reviewed several of these titles as well :
Boyfriends with GirlfriendsThe Horizontal PoetA Map of HomeLook Both Ways
and more!

coming round again with even more bisexual book links! And you all ARE following Bisexual Books aren’t you?

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bisexual-books:

bialogue-group:

autostraddle:

37 Books By, For, or About Bisexual or Otherwise Non-Monosexual People


The Internet, and actually also real life, can be a minefield for people who want to learn about or talk about bisexuality. The effort of trying to sift through the straight-up biphobia and the fetishizing porn aimed at straight men can wear you out long before you manage to find anything helpful, insightful, or illuminating. To try to make this process a little easier, we’ve compiled a starter of a list of resources. Here you’ll find academic books and nonfiction books documenting the experiences of bisexual people, fiction or memoir that depicts bisexual people, and a few online resources.

We recognize that this is by no means complete! We’d love to find more resources, especially those dealing with bisexual trans* people and bisexual people of color, and would love to add resources that speak not just to bisexuality, but to pansexuality and omnisexuality and other identities. If you have any suggestions, let us know in the comments!

Also, this list is such that not every title on it could be read and vetted by us personally — we can’t guarantee that these texts depict bisexual people in unproblematic ways, that the ideas put forth by bisexual authors are unproblematic, or that these texts are free of cissexism and racism. If there’s a reason these texts shouldn’t be recommended, let us know!

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More Resources:

  • Now available for pre-order world-wide — Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution by the well known academic and activist Shiri Esiner (aka bidyke on tumblr) who explains, “It’s my attempt to create a radical bisexual politics, and it is deeply informed by intersectionality, feminism, trans politics and race politics – not in the least because I myself am a trans* person of color.”
  • Even if you are they type of person who doesn’t usually buy/read poetry you owe it to yourself to get a copy of the 2012 Lambda Literary Award winning book, The Horizontal Poet by Jan Steckel. She is a retired doctor suffering from a disability, an activist for bisexual and disability rights, and a writer. Steckel’s personal experiences and interests are reflected in her poetry. As a reviewer said, “It is written for and about the people. Young people, old people, male people, female people, white people, brown people, tan people, bi-people, straight-people and gay people. Intellectuals and non-intellectuals. Is it weird to say I have a crush on Jan Steckel?” Read this volume and you will too.
  • Everyone on tumblr (no matter your orientation, gender/gender identity) who loves reading needs to be following Bisexual Books. A place to find views and reviews of books from the bisexual perspective. From YA novels to academic non-fiction, children’s picture books to erotica, they cover it all!

This is great list, including some titles I wasn’t aware had bi content until now!   A a good blend of nonfiction and fiction.   We’ve reviewed several of these titles as well :

Boyfriends with Girlfriends
The Horizontal Poet
A Map of Home
Look Both Ways

and more!

coming round again with even more bisexual book links! And you all ARE following Bisexual Books aren’t you?

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