The Bi-ble: Essays and Personal Narratives about Bisexuality

The Bi-ble: Essays and Personal Narratives about Bisexuality

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This gorgeous collection of personal essays about love, desire, and living your difference opens windows onto the bisexual experience and ..carves out much-needed space to thoughtfully consider the bewildering and beautiful B in LGBTQ+’ – Emer O’Toole

‘Shrew and Unflinching’ – The Wee Review

‘There’s not enough published on bisexual lives and experience in the UK. The Bi-ble was a welcome change and one of our bestsellers last year.’ – Gay’s The Word Bookshop

‘[Crowdfunding’s] potential for lifting marginalised voices into the spotlight is realised.’ – DIVA Magazine

‘If you’re bisexual yourself, or just looking to learn more from others’ lives, this is a great place to start.’ – CharlotteReadsThings

‘It’s a crying shame to think that the LGBT+ community are silenced as frequently as they are, but what Monstrous Regiment are trying to do here is give a voice to bisexuals, and make other Beautiful Bis feel represented.’ – A Novel Idea

Our anthology of personal narratives and essays about bisexuality is back!

Bisexuals inhabit a liminal space between cultures, often misunderstood or dismissed by the straight and gay communities alike. This selection of intersectional bi voices has come together to share their stories, helping bi voices be heard and identities seen. It’s time to stand up and spread the good word.

Essays include:

Foreword by author Lauren James

Going Either Way by Chitra Ramaswamy

Decline to Answer: Why I’m Making My ‘Invisible’ Bisexuality Your Business by Lisa-Marie Ferla

Sexual Assault and Gender: Reflections on a Double Standard by Codi Coday

Photographs: Thoughts on Self-harm, Self-worth, and Self-image by Eleanor Reid

Growing Up Without ‘Queer’ by Rosy Glen

Stuck in the Middle: Being Bi and Non-binary by Robert O’Sullivan

California Here I Come: How The O.C. Helped Me Understand My Bisexual Identity by Lauren Vevers

Defining Terms: How I Finally Started Listening to My Brain and Body by Kathryn Lesko

‘Not Like That, Like This’: Bisexuality, Sex, and Chronic Illness by Alice T

Privilege and Privation: Experiences of Assumptions When Dating Different Genders by Jo Ross-Barrett

However It Came to Be: On Being Both Trans and Bisexual [Comic] by Naomi J Carroll

Five Times I Felt Invisible as a Bisexual Fan (And One Time I Didn’t) by Sarah Barnard

A Place to ‘B’: Queer Found Families by AJ Clay

Girlfriend Wanted: Bisexuals Need Not Apply by Viola Orson

On Being Black and Bi-furious by Jayna Tavarez

Honorary Lesbian: It’s a Straight Man’s World by Adam Reilly

Jigsaw: On Bisexual Representation in LGBTQ+ History by Mel Reeve

FML: Fix My Life – Male Mental Health and Coming Out by Joseph Guthrie

Revelations: On Sex, Sexuality, and Religion by Dany Carterin