Sources Directory     A to Z Index     Topic Index News Releases     RSS Sources Select News RSS Feed     Sources Calendar    



Bi Any Other Name
Bisexual People Speak Out

Hutchins, Loraine, Kaahumanu, Lani (ed.)
Publisher:  Alyson Publications, Boston MA 02118, USA
Year Published:  1991  
Pages:  380pp   Price:  $11.95   ISBN:  1-55583-174-5
Resource Type:  Book

A collection of essays by 75 authors on bisexual identity.


Table of Contents

Bicostal introduction

1. Psychology: Facing ourselves
Myths/realities of bisexuality: Sharon Forman Sumpter
This poem can be put off no longer: Susan Carlton
The queer in me: Carol A. Queen
Ninety-three people = 100% acceptance: Cornelius Utz
I am who I am - A married bisexual teacher: Amanda Yoshizaki
Worth the balancing: Alan Silver
Development of a bisexual identity: Understanding the process: Ann Fox
What do Indians think about?: Joe Rios
Making my own way: Laura Johnson
Bisexual feminist man: Dave Matteson
She kissed me!: Laney Nelson
More than a footnote: C.J. Barragan III
My life as a lesbian-identified bisexual fag hag: Ellen Terris
My underself: Chandini Goswami
A gift to myself: Nate Brown
Points of reference: C.K. Ferrier
Love, friendship, and sex: Wayne Bryant
Bisexual tendencies: Lisa Yost
A question of invisibility: Rifka Reichler
Double quest: Nachama
Insights at 3:30 a.m.: Victoria Woodard
What I need is: In contemplation of bisexuality: Ronda Slater

2. Spirituality: Healing the splits
my foundations: Dajenya
Coming out in spirit and in flesh: Karen Hurley
Just another lingering flu: David Lourea
Beyond bisexual: Annie Sprinkle
Let me doctor your love: Neil MacLean
Sacred Rituals: Karla Rossi
Letting go: An interview with John Horne: Loraine Hutchins
Reclaiming heart and mind: Leonard Tirado

3. The bisexual community: "Are we visible yet?"
Room for you: Betsy Rose
Bisexuality, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and me: Elizabeth Reba Weise
Two-way closet: Michael Brewer
The palmist knew: Brenda Blasingame
A healing journey: Hap Stewart
[untitled]: Selena Julie Whang
A man, a woman, attention: Shu Wei Chen - Andy
Don't call me: Janet Bohac
Bisexual movies: Paul Haut
Bi-loveable Japanese feminist: Kei Uwano
The most natural thing: An interview with Arlene Krantz: Marcy Sheiner
Affirmation: Bisexual Mormon: Christopher Alexander
I have always been one: Suzanne
?Que es un bisexual?: Obie Leyva
The foundations of the bisexual community in San Francisco: An interview with Dr. Maggi Rubenstein: Marcy Sheiner
The "b" word: Matthew LeGrant
From the closet to the stage: Robyn Ochs

4. Politics: A queer among queers
Loving whom we choose: Lisa Orlando
Coming out to Congress: Cliff Arnesen
ONE...: Sharon Hwang Colligan
What's in a name?: Naomi Tucker
Sisterhood crosses gender preference lines: Dajenya
The voice of a wandering Jewish bisexual: Rebecca Gorlin
Proud father of a bisexual son: Roland Glenn
Another senseless loss: Dolores Bishop
"out"line of one man's polymorphic liberation: ben e factory
Beyond defense: Considering next steps for bisexual liberation: Rebecca Shuster
Guilt politics: Ann Schneider
My pet peeves: Elise Krueger
Can bisexuals be monogamous?: Lenore Norrgard
The fine art of labeling: The convergence of anarchism, feminism, and bisexuality: Lucy Friedland and Liz A. Highleyman
Conflicts: Sheilah Mabry
Potential lovers: Rich Aranow
Hapa haole wahine: Lani Kaahumanu
Bisexuality: The best thing that ever happened to lesbian-feminism?: Beth Elliott
Talking about sex, gender, and desire: Karen Klassen
Love that kink: Loraine Hutchins
Chosing not to: Michael Ambrosino
Present tense: Biphobia as a crisis of meaning: Amanda Udis-Kessler
Political activism: A brief history



Sources is an online portal and directory for journalists, writers, news editors, researchers. Use Sources to find experts, media contacts, spokespersons, scientists, lobbyists, officials, speakers, university professors, researchers, newsmakers, CEOs, executive directors, media relations contacts, spokespeople, talk show guests, PR representatives, Canadian sources, story ideas, research studies, databases, universities, colleges, associations, businesses, government, research institutions, lobby groups, non-government organizations (NGOs), in Canada and internationally.