Bisexual Women in the Twenty-First Century
Bisexual Women in the Twenty-First Century reflects the “brave new world” of bisexual women's lives through an eclectic collection of articles that typifies an ongoing feminist process of theory grounded in life experience. The book's broad scope addresses a “world” created in response to lesbian-feminism, homophobia within the mainstream women’s movement, and sexism within the gay rights movement. The book includes Carol Queen's memoirs of the swinging lesbian scene in the 1970s, a critical examination of Alice Walker's novel The Temple of My Familiar, and a look back at the controversy surrounding bisexual inclusion in the Northampton Lesbian and Gay Pride March in Massachusetts in the early 90s. Previous groundbreaking work on bisexuality had to focus on breaking the silence around bisexual invisibility. This collection works from that foundation to explore the complexities and histories of bisexual women's lives.
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Whats in a Name? Bisexual Women Define Their Terms
Bisexual Women Reorient Sexuality
InternalExternal Subversion of the InsideOutside Dialectic in Alice Walkers The Temple of My Familiar
A Critical Analysis of Past Research and Results from a National Survey
Are You Bisexual? Are You Human?
Performing Liminal States of Sexuality
Musing on Pain Love and Others
How Do I Get to a BiBar?
A New Century
A Bisexual Memoir
Bisexual Women as Emblematic Sexual Healers and the Problematics of the Embodied Sacred Whore
The Relationship Between Womens Sexual Identity and Perceived Wellness
BI FlimVideo World
Revisiting the Northampton Pride March 19891993
Bisexual Women in Heterosexual Relationships
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