Resources & Publications

Bi Publications

FIRST, DO NO HARM: REDUCING DISPARITIES FOR LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, QUEER, AND QUESTIONING POPULATIONS IN CALIFORNIA

After a two-year study conducted by the Equality California Institute and Mental Health America of Northern California, in conjunction with 19 statewide members of the California LGBT HHS Network, into the efficacy of and access to mental health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning Californians, EQCAI and MHANCA are proud to announce the findings in the form of a report titled, “First Do No Harm: Reducing Disparities for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Populations in California.” *  View/Print/Download the full report by clicking here *


Journal of Bisexuality

Published by Taylor & Francis, a division of Routledge, the Journal of Bisexuality is the first professional quarterly to publish both professional articles and serious essays on bisexuality and its meaning for the individual, the community, and society. (more…)


Lesson Plan – What’s Your BiQ?

Published in Volume 8, Issue 3 of the American Journal of Sexuality Education (July 2013), the topic of bisexuality and discussion of bisexual individuals is sorely lacking from discussions about human sexuality. This lesson plan brings visibility to the invisible. Helping educators and students become more aware of bisexuality can help them become more savvy about working with diverse issues around sexuality, especially as they relate to sexual orientation. This lesson plan will address myths about people who are bisexual. Participants will become familiar with the Klein Sexual Orientation Grid and learn how to use it to understand bisexuality as dynamic and multifaceted. (more…)


Bisexual People in the Workplace

Stonewall UK knows that people perform better when they can be themselves and despite many great strides that have been made to achieve sexual orientation equality in the workplaces across Britain, many bisexual men and women still feel unable to be themselves at work.   (more…)