Depicted as duplicitous, traitorous, and promiscuous, bisexuality has long been suspected, marginalized, and rejected by both straight and gay communities alike. qBiq takes a long overdue, comprehensive look at bisexual politicsOCofrom the issues surrounding biphobia/monosexism, feminism, and transgenderism to the practice of labeling those who identify as bi as either ?too bisexualOCO (promiscuous and incapable of fidelity) or ?not bisexual enoughOCO (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 genderqueer activist Shiri Eisner takes readers on a journey through the many aspects of the meanings and politics of bisexuality, specifically highlighting how bisexuality can open up new and exciting ways of challenging social convention. Informed by feminist, transgender, and queer theory, as well as politics and activism, qBiq is a radical manifesto for a group that has been too frequently silenced, erased, and deniedOCoand a starting point from which to launch a bisexual revolution.This online video seemingly starts as an ordinary FFM video: showing two women making out with each other on a bed, while a cis man is sitting opposite them on a chair, watching. Before long, however, we discover that one of the women isanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Seal Press - 2013-07-02|