The Bi-ble New Testimonials : Further Original Essays and Narratives about Bisexuality

The Bi-ble New Testimonials : Further Original Essays and Narratives about Bisexuality

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In this stand alone follow up to The Bi-ble Anthology of Personal Narratives and Essays about Bisexuality, writers from across the UK and abroad present a range of new essays on various aspects of the bisexual experience. Whether you are bisexual, questioning, or just curious, these human and deeply moving pieces will open you to new perspectives and help you appreciate a wide variety of experiences.

Essays include:

Foreword by comedian Kemah Bob

Bidentity by Rebecca Wojturska

The Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Had to Do: Navigating Multiple Identities and Coming Out in Southeast Asian Culture by Vaneet Mehta

Erotic Computer: Janelle Monáe’s Black Queer Femme Representation and the Lens of Audre Lorde’s Writing by Jessica Brough

All the Things She Said by Annie Dobson

‘Bisexual Woman Has Sex with Gay Man’: Not Such an Unusual Story by Alizée Pichot

Thank God for Straight Cis Male Artists! – Queer Representation in Mainstream Cinema by Chay Collins

Zugehörigkeit: Where Do I Belong? by T. Ludwig

When the Curtain Falls: Polish Cultural Influences on Bisexual Identity by Agnieszka Wodzińska

‘I Still Feel Like I Can’t Quite Be Myself’: Bisexual Students’ Experiences with Invisibility, Marginalisation, and Exclusion Within LGBTQ+ Campus Spaces by Jayna Tavarez

You, You and I: Processing Sexual Abuse by Arthur Walsh

Let’s Go Swimming: One Man’s Reflections on Being Gay and Bisexual by Simon Eilbeck

Coming Out in My Thirties by Sharan Dhaliwal

Bi, Single and Ready to Mingle: Why Representation of Bisexual Dating Matters by Katie Scott-Marshall

Mysteries of Eros: A Pansexual Awakening by Robert J. Holmes

Tapestries Woven in Many Threads: A Bisexual Intersection by Rosalind Smith

Land of the Lost Boys by D. Keaney

‘Can’t Turn Off What Turns Me On’: St. Vincent and the Masseduction of Bisexual Style by Eleanor Reid

How Louisa May Alcott Helped Me to Survive Being Outed by Jo Landon

A Man, a Cane, an Awkward Title: Adventures of a Bisexual, Disabled, Genderqueer Writer by Sandra Alland