Tag Archives: Books

Review: Trans Figures

Trans Figures Edited by M. Christian pub. Harrington Park Press £6.59 (Amazon), £9.99 (Libertas) I’m often quite sceptical of the distinction that lots of people make between pornography (noun, DISAPPROVING – books, magazines, films, etc. with no artistic value which describe or show sexual acts or naked people in a way that is intended to be sexually exciting but would […]

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Best of Both Worlds

The Best Of Both Worlds Bisexual Erotica Sage Vivant (Editor), M. Christian (Editor) Harrington Park Press Buy it now on Amazon: Best Bisexual Women’s Erotica Upon receiving the review copy of The Best Of Both Worlds: Bisexual Erotica, my heart sank. Here is a book that looks like it may have been sponsored by United Colours Of Benetton, such is […]

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Don’t Be A Crotte

(Liliane Bi-Dyke in) Don’t Be A Crotte By Leanne Franson Pub. Dansereau Editeur £8.95 on libertas.co.uk Liliane is possibly the most accurate portrayal of life as an out bisexual in a gay and straight world I’ve seen anywhere; it certainly knocks any films I can think of for six. If you think comics are all superheroes this will be a […]

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Bisexuality and Trangenderism: Intersexions of the Others

Book review: Bisexuality and Trangenderism: Intersexions of the Others edited by Jonathan Alexander and Karen Yescavage (Haworth Press) Buy it on Amazon here: Bisexuality and Transgenderism: Intersexions of the Others   Bisexuality and Transgenderism is the latest special edition of the Journal of Bisexuality to be simultaneously published as a book. Its twenty pieces include empirical research on mental health […]

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Bi Books

A sudden rush of bisexual publications over recent months – with many more to follow – might be stretching your financial resources. “Which ones should I buy ? ” we hear you ask. Have no fear, BCN takes you through the creme de la creme and the cream of the crap. Bisexual Horizons: politics, histories, lives Edited by Sharon Rose, […]

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Film & Book Reviews

Virtually irrelevant? A review of Virtually Normal – an argument about homosexuality by Andrew Sullivan. (Picador, £14.99). This book really annoys me. Sullivan has a modesty problem: “The most comprehensive, concise and moving argument yet written on this subject, this book is a modern classic of political and moral reasoning. A turning point in our society’s discussion of homosexuality, it […]

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