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June is Pride Month, so get your reading game on with some of our best titles to represent a rainbow of people!
Aromantic: Minuet, by A.M. Leibowitz
Asexual: Endless Days of Summer, by Stacy O’Steen
Bisexual: Unbound, by Adrian J. Smith
Heck, Yeah! Bi Visibility Day!
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I thought for a long time about what to write for Bisexual Visibility Day. I’ve read a couple of great pieces so far, ones that analyze film or literature; ones where someone has come out as bisexual; ones talking about bisexual family life.
Not wanting to repeat anything that’s already being said, I simply couldn’t identify a good topic: something relevant and exciting and cheerfully BISEXUAL.
I mean, my life as a bi parent of queer kids is...kinda average. I live in the suburbs with...
Point of View: What lesfic has meant to me
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The first LGBTQIA+ book I read wasn’t gay literature or MM romance.
That might come as a surprise to people. Most of my books thus far have had relationships between men (and occasionally between men and nonbinary folks). My publishing career started with a book that included a romance between two men.
MM Romance and other gay fiction are pretty prominent in LGBTQIA+ publishing. One might assume the reason I wrote my first novel was an extensive history of reading and writing about men.
One would be wrong.
All of my firsts have been books about...
Visi-BI-lity: You are seen
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It’s Bisexual Visibility Day, and I’m here to talk about what that means in the context of books and writing.
A conversation with a colleague prompted me to think more about this question: Why don’t we see more books with bisexual protagonists in different-gender relationships? Not merely a passing mention or objectification, but bisexual people being visibly, proudly queer within the context of having a partner of another gender.
The answer to this is complex, and I’m not going to attempt to explain every part in detail. I will say that...
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We are all about the B in LGBTQ+ today. Yesterday marked the 20th Bi Visibility Day, which kicks off Bisexual Awareness Week. You can follow the #BiWeek hashtag on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, G+, Tumblr, and Pinterest.
Here's how activist Robyn Ochs defines bisexuality:...