General Bisexual Titles
Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World. Robyn Ochs and Sarah E Rowley (editors)
Bi America: Myths, Truths, and Struggles of an Invisible Community. William E. Burleson
Current Research on Bisexuality. Ronald C. Fox (editor)
The Bisexual Option. Fritz Klein
Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out. Loraine Hutchins and Lani Ka’ahumanu (editors)
Bisexual Horizons: Politics, Histories, Lives. Sharon Rose and Cris Stevens et al (editors)
Bisexuality: The Psychology and Politics of an Invisible Minority. Beth Firestein (editor)
Bisexuality in the Ancient World. Eva Cantrella
Blessed Bi Spirit: Bisexual People of Faith. Debra Ruth Kolodny (editor)
Dual Attraction: Understanding Bisexuality. Martin Weinberg, Collin J. Williams, Douglas W. Pryor
Vice Versa: Bisexuality and the Eroticism of Everyday Life. Marjorie Garber
Bisexual Women in the Twenty-First Century. Dawn Atkins (editor)
Plural Desires: Writing Bisexual Women’s Realities. The Bisexual Anthology Collective
Women and Bisexuality. Sue George
Closer to Home: Bisexuality and Feminism. Elizabeth Reba Weise (editor)
Bi Lives: Bisexual Women Tell Their Stories. Kata Orndorff (editor)
Bisexuality and the Challenge to Lesbian Politics. Paula Rust
Bi Men: Coming Out Every Which Way. Ron Jackson Suresha and Pete Chvany (editors)
Bisexual Men in Culture and Society. Brett Beemyn and Erich W. Steinman (editors)
Bi Men's Lives: Bisexual Men Tell Their Stories. Mark Zepezauer (editor)
Bisexuality in the Lives of Men: Facts and Fictions. Brett Beemyn and Erich W. Steinman (editors)
Bisexual and Gay Husbands. Fritz Klein and Thomas Schwartz (editors)
Partners of Bisexuals
The Other Side of the Closet: The coming-out crisis for straight spouses and families. Amity Pierce Buxton.
Bisexual and Gay Husbands: Their Stories, Their Words. Fritz Klein
Calling bisexuals 'fencesitters' has been a way of marginalizing us, of placing us outside gay/lesbian and straight cultures by saying that we haven't made a decision about our sexuality. "The Fence" is all about bisexual women reclaiming this position and speaking from our unique viewpoints that traverse straight and gay/lesbian cultures, but also allow us to have spaces of our own. "The Fence" can be a positive and powerful place, and this zine is for the women who have decided to stay there!!
Here is a list of great web sites. Some of them include exhaustive lists of more web sites, so we won't reproduce them here. Just click on the name of the site to go directly to it.
Hint: Bookmark this page so if you link to sites all over the place you can find this site again quickly!
A web site that has everything a good bi needs, chat, events, articles and more.
The web site relating to the Bisexual Resource Guide
A web site full of resources, has a friendly and fun chat room and is related to bi.org, below.
Bi.org's goal is to serve the worldwide bisexual community by providing a free Internet presence for bisexual individuals, groups and non-profit organisations.
BiNet USA is an active organization working for the rights of Bisexuals all over the U.S.
Our site is a new social networking community for bisexual women which includes forums, blogs, news, articles, videos, chat and personals.
Local Mailing Lists
Here are some email groups that are related to Toronto Bisexual Network. Just click on the list name and it will automatically try to send the e-mail with the correct subject line to subscribe.
This is our mixed gender group for Toronto bisexuals.
This is our women-only sister group for Toronto bisexuals.
This is our men-only brother group for Toronto bisexuals.
BiNetCanada is a group devoted to bringing together bisexual and bi-positive groups and individuls across Canada to share information and work together in such areas as public relations and awareness.
Be involved! Find out what's currently in the works or suggest your own idea. This group is for people who want to be involved in organizing events and in the administrative & planning side of Toronto Bisexual Network. We organize TBN's presence during Toronto's Pride Week, as well as other special events and activities during the year.
Here are some mailing lists that are not related to us specifically. Just click on the list name and it will automatically try to send the e-mail with the correct subject line to subscribe.
Bisexual Activists Discussion List
A discussion list for issues of interest to bisexual women
Moderated mailing list for Bi women only.
Kinda self-explanatory, isn't it?
Discussion list for lesbian and bi Jewish women. Members only. To get more information, click on the link and put "info nicejg" in the body of your message. This will not subscribe you, but will start you on the subscription process.
More lists of bi books, periodicals and videos are available at: http://bisexual.org/resources
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