Books that represent bisexuality in a positive way.

Searching for books that represent bisexuality in a positive way can be tricky.

You might be interested in browsing this list (published in May 2013) of non fiction and fiction on bisexuality. The non fiction list includes a couple of collections of personal stories.

If you’re looking for teen fiction, Lee Wind maintains a list of books that include LGBTIQQ content. The listings are contained within the left-hand panel and separated into different categories, scroll down to find those that include bisexual content.

There are also a few books of note, that have been written by Australian authors:

  • All of us. (Mary Rawson, 2012, Sid Harta). Follows the story of Jenny from age 13, through to later life as she traverses different aspects of herself, finding love that morphs into bisexuality and polyamory.
  • Sexual biversity. (Lyndal Coon, 2012, Barker Deane). Lyndal’s personal story of loving her bisexual husband. Lyndal also has a blog.
  • Love you two. (Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, 2009, Random House). Written for teens, this book covers polyamory and sexual orientations from the perspective of a teenage girl.

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