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Books at Cerro Coso
The B Word: Bisexuality in Contemporary Film and Television by
Call Number: EBOOK
Publication Date: 2013
Aims to explore the central role bisexuality plays in contemporary screen culture, establishing its importance in representation, marketing, and spectatorship. By examining a variety of media genres including art cinema, sexploitation cinema and vampire films, 'bromances,' and series television, San Filippo discovers 'missed moments' where bisexual readings of these texts reveal a more malleable notion of subjectivity and eroticism.
Bi: notes for a bisexual revolution by
Call Number: HQ74.E35 2013
Publication Date: 2013
Bi takes a long overdue, comprehensive look at bisexual politics--from the issues surrounding biphobia/monosexism, feminism, and transgenderism to the practice of labeling those who identify as bi as either "too bisexual" (promiscuous and incapable of fidelity) or "not bisexual enough" (not actively engaging romantically or sexually with people of at least two different genders).
Articles at Cerro Coso
Attitudes toward Bisexual Men and Women among a Nationally Representative Probability Sample of Adults in the United States.
Dodge, B., Herbenick, D., Friedman, M. R., Schick, V., Fu, Tsung-Chieh (Jane), Bostwick, W., ...Sandfort, T. G. M. (2016). Attitudes toward Bisexual Men and Women among a Nationally Representative Probability Sample of Adults in the United States. PLoS ON
Hayfield, N. (2016). Bisexualities. In A. E. Goldberg (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies (Vol. 1, pp. 127-131). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Reference.
Brewster, M. E. (2017). Bisexuality. In K. L. Nadal (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (Vol. 1, pp. 199-202). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Reference.
In Focus: Reporting on the Bisexual Community
A resource guide to help journalists to more accurately report on the bisexual community and the differences between individuals within the community.
Elizabeth, A. (2016). Pansexuality. In A. E. Goldberg (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies (Vol. 2, pp. 833-835). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Reference.
Balsam, K. F., & Webb, A. (2017). Pansexuality. In K. L. Nadal (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (Vol. 3, pp. 1265-1268). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Reference.
Ten Things Bisexuals Should discuss with Their Healthcare Provider
Following are the health issues GLMA’s healthcare providers have identified as most commonly of concern for bisexual people.
Seeks to bring faces and voices of the bi community to the world, share accurate information, answer questions, and provide resources for further learning.
BiNet USA facilitates the development of a cohesive network of independent bisexual and bi-friendly communities; promotes bisexual and bi-inclusive visibility; and collects and distributes educational information regarding sexual orientation and gender identity with an emphasis on bisexual, pansexual, fluid, queer (bi+) communities.
Bisexual Resource Center
Resources and assistance for allies and bisexual (and bi+) or questioning teens and adults.
Trevor Support Center: Bisexual
FAQ guide for bisexuals and allies.