Other Material on Bisexuality

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Getting Bi in a Gay/Straight WorldGetting Bi in a Gay/Straight World

A pocket-sized guide to coming out and staying out, produced by Biphoria UK, as distributed to venues across Greater Manchester and beyond including many Pride stalls. Based on our experiences – the collective wisdom of hundreds of hours of BiPhoria!

The full booklet is available as a Flickr stream here, or available in PDF format by clicking this link.

A Spanish version of the booklet is available as a Flickr stream here, or available in PDF format by clicking this link.

 

 

 

 

ten things bisexuals should discuss with their healthcare providerTen Things Bisexuals Should Discuss With Their Healthcare Provider

Following are the health issues GLMA’s (Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality) healthcare providers have identified as most commonly of concern for bisexual people. While not all of these items apply to everyone, it’s wise to be aware of these issues.

The handout is available in PDF format by clicking this link.

 

 

 

 

Whats Your BiQAging Bisexuals – What’s your BiQ?

Misinformation and myths abound for bisexuals; here are some common questions asked about bisexuals and bisexuality, and answers from the people at Safer Sex 4 Seniors.

The handout is available in PDF format by clicking this link.

A Spanish version of the handout is available in PDF format by clicking this link.

 

 

 

I Think I Might Be BisexualI Think I Might Be Bisexual

A brochure for young people questioning their sexual orientation, produced by the Out4Good program at the Minneapolis Public Schools.

The full brochure is available in PDF format by clicking this link.

 

 

 

 

Bi in Beeld
Bi in Beeld/Picturing Bisexuals

Bisexuality is diverse. Bisexuality is exciting. Bisexuality is largely unknown. Bisexuality is … Bisexuality usually is simply fun, and just part of everyday life —yet it’s different. If you are bi, or think you are, you won’t find many examples of people who are openly bi. And it will be even less easy to find out what it can mean for you, for your choice of relationships and for the people around you. And that’s why it’s wonderful to be able to read about other bisexuals’ experiences, see their portraits and find out how they deal with it. Because being bisexual is only fun if you can be yourself. That is why we at the Landelijk netwerk Biseksualiteit/Dutch Bisexuality Network (LNBi) happily and proudly present this booklet Bi in Beeld/Picturing Bisexuals. We are even more proud of the people who talk openly about their lives and their bisexuality in this publication.

The original Dutch version of the booklet is available in PDF format by clicking this link.

The English version of the booklet is available in PDF format by clicking this link.

 

 

 

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