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Recognition of bisexuality being valid seems to be increasing but we still have a ways to go according to this US research, which suggests that biphobia or monosexism continues to be an issue amongst younger generations and especially for those that … Continue reading
Anna Pulley explores and reflects on the stigma attached to the label of ‘bisexual’, after being out as someone who is attracted to more than one gender for over a decade.
As mentioned in a previous post, Bi: Notes for a bisexual revolution has recently been published. An excerpt that covers the controversy regarding the term biphobia. As Eisner says: “A term much-feared and slightly frowned upon, biphobia has often been … Continue reading