Bisexual community/activism

References specifically dealing with aspects of bi community, bi events and bisexual activism:

Anderlini-D’Onofrio, S. (2011). Bi ReConNaissance: An Introduction to BiTopia, Selected Proceedings from BiReCon. Journal of Bisexuality, 11 (2/3), 146-156.

Barker, M., Richards, C., Jones, R. & Monro, S. (2011). BiReCon: An International Academic Conference on Bisexuality Including the Program for BiReCon. Journal of Bisexuality, 11 (2/3), 157-170.

Bowes-Catton, H. (2007). Resisting the binary: discourses of identity and diversity in bisexual politics 1988-1996.Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 8(1), 58-70.

Eadie, J. (1993). Activating bisexuality: Towards a bi/sexual politics. In J. Bristow & A. R. Wilson (Eds.), Activating theory: Lesbian, gay, bisexual politics (pp. 139–170). London: Lawrence & Wishart.

Esterberg, K. (2007). The bisexual menace revisited: Or, shaking up social categories is hard to do. In S. Seidman et al. (Eds.), Introducing the new sexuality studies: Original essays and interviews (pp. 157–163). London: Routledge.

Friedrichs, H. (2011). Political Strategy: Bisexual or Queer? A Workshop about Political Strategy for the Bisexual Movement. Journal of Bisexuality, 11 (2/3), 362-369.

Hemmings, C. (1993). Resituating the bisexual body: From identity to difference. In J. Bristow & A. R. Wilson (Eds.), Activating theory: Lesbian, gay bisexual politics (pp. 118–138). London: Lawrence & Wishart.

Ochs, R. (2011). Why We Need to “Get Bi”, Journal of Bisexuality, 11 (2/3), 171-175.


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