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Sive look at Bisexual politics—from the issues surrounding BiphoBiamonosexism feminism and transgenderism to the practice of labeling those who identify as Bi as either too Bisexual” promiscuous and incapable of fidelity or not Bisexual enough” not actively engaging romantically or sexually with people of at least two different genders In this forward thinking and eye opening book feminist Bisexual and genderueer activist Shiri Eisner.

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Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Shiri Eisner is a feminist bisexual and genderueer activist writer and researcher She resides in Tel Aviv Israel where she founded and currently heads the grassroots bisexual organization Panorama—Bi and Pansexual Feminist Community She is currently pursuing her MA in Gender Studies while keeping involved with various political movements including Mizrahi feminist ueer disability ani.

Bi KindleSive look at Bisexual politics—from the issues surrounding BiphoBiamonosexism feminism and transgenderism to the practice of labeling those who identify as Bi as either too Bisexual” promiscuous and incapable of fidelity or not Bisexual enough” not actively engaging romantically or sexually with people of at least two different genders In this forward thinking and eye opening book feminist Bisexual and genderueer activist Shiri Eisner.

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  • Koen Crolla

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleThe take away message of this book is this bisexuals face all the usual homophobia from heterosexuals and in addition to that face a distinct biphobia both from heterosexuals and from the gay community and this needs to be addressed†To the extent that Eisner is defending this thesis Bi Notes for a Bisexual Revolution is a pretty good book Unfortunately she goes off the rails than a few timesThere are a lot of small issues that I have with the book that don't necessarily affect my willingness to recommend it to other people; there are also four large ones that are deal breakers In ascending order of importance as far as I'm concernedFirst she has tw


  • Thomas

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleA great book that delves into bisexual politics and biphobic discrimination With passion and patience Shiri Eisner details the various forms of biphobia experienced by the bi community such as bi erasure and monosexism just to name a few She starts by explaining terms such as genderueer and hypersexualization to familiarize readers with her radical framework Then she discusses the intersectional oppressions that affect bisexual individuals living in a cissexist heteronormative white supremacist patriarchal society I appreciated this book a lot be


  • Thea

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi Kindleentirely apolitical and obsessed with identity politics rather than materialism the author seems to believe that bisexuals have a complete understand of gay and lesbian experience while gay men and lesbians cannot fathom theirs They contradict themselves constantly asserting that bisexuality is its own orientation and not 'half gay half straight' then says that many bisexual women's experiences are identical to lesbians experience They lump gay men and lesbians in with straight people to create a completely fictitious axis of oppression reminiscent of 'vanilla privilege' Rather than taking a critical look at cisheteropatriarchy and mandatory heterosexuality they attack gay men and particularly lesbian for being 'oppressors' simply by virtue of not having sex with men and I cannot think of anything lesbophobic and misogynist than that


  • CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleAre you looking for a smart accessible introduction to bisexual academic theory history and activism Are you a bisexualpansexualomnisexual person who needs an anti assimilationist kick in the pants Are you a monosexual gay or straight person who wants to learn about the bisexual people in your life Look no further than Shiri Eisner’s Bi Notes for A Bisexual RevolutionAlthough my feelings about this book are complicated for the most part I am happy that it is out there and that bisexuals younger than myself have it as a resource In particular I think it’s a fantastic introduction to not only bisexuality but ueer and feminist studies generally Eisner is great at defining key terms in no nonsense language and succinctly summarizing complicated ueerfeminist theories You don’t need a background in ueer or feminist studi


  • marcus pavilonis

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleThis book is like eating a bucket of cold store brand oatmeal and every now and then coming across a sugary dinosaur egg that hasn't yet dissolved into the rest of the mush It had potential truly but failed due to Eisner's terribly poor analysis of power dynamicsHer analysis of monosexism is rooted in a very liberal definition of privilege which is strange considering she came off as a radical leftist which fails to recognize that as coherent to a radical analysis of power structures privilege is synonymous to the extraction and exploitation of culture wealth or labor by the oppressor class upon the oppressed class She often backpedals in her argum


  • Penny

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleI've been frustrated in my attempts to write my thoughts about this book largely because it starts well and then goes wildly off the rails The author opens with discussion of the necessity of radicalism and the ways bisexuality challenges heteropatriarchy She moves into how women's sexuality is always reframed as being about men and always reinterpreted and reconstructed as being about men's pleasure including lesbian sexualities This part of the book is goodThen she gets into bi women's issues and talks about awesome ways bisexuality challenges heteropatriarchy in relationships with men which is a cool topic except I also want to hear about how bisexuality brings awesome challenges to heteropatriarchy in relationships with women and expands possibilities for challenges in conjunction with the other challenges to heteropatriarchy posed by the lesbian community but there is nothing like that here I do think the larg


  • Akiva

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleThe origin of the extremely bad monosexual privilege discourse Just Say No kids


  • Rachel

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleThe book is interesting I feel like I know about the opinions other bisexuals have but I don't care for them The author takes the word ableist to meanings far beyond the original which should be hard because I'm disabled She also comes across as very dogmatic and anti science which is frustrating I don't mind the anarchy nor the idea of bisexuals embracing being outcasts but ragging on science for proving that bi men exist is too much


  • Caitlin

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleA must read for all bisexual people An education for all monosexual people Bi frames bisexuality in the context of modern attitudes to gender and sexuality and challenges the preconceptions and prejudice against this misunderstood sexual orientationShiri Eisner writes clearly and coherently explaining complex terms in ways that laypeople can understand Eisner examines in intersections of biphobia and other isms with clarity and compassionI wish there was a little abo


  • Nina

    Paperbackä Bi eBook ì Bi KindleAn insightful amazing book I've been reading this for an essay I'm writing for university about the representation of


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