Bisexual literature is a subgenre of LGBT Literature that includes literary works and authors that address the topic of bisexuality or biromanticism. Fiction that falls into this category may be of any genre, such as historical fiction , science fiction , fantasy , horror and romance. Bisexual literature includes works that feature bisexuality as a main plot point, as well as works with major bisexual characters. Though bisexuality has appeared in literary works as early as , in John Cleland 's Fanny Hill , the mid s marked a rise in publications about bisexuality, often at the influence of the new appearance of bisexual organizations. Much of this work was a response to bisexuality's absence from the historical record and from the contemporary moment.
Coming Out Bi: My Story
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This is a true story of my first bi experience. It was the spring of , I was living at the time with one of my best friends. I was 26 and he was My room mate "Matt" was about 6'3" kinda dark and muscular. I am 5'9" light and thinner.
Growing up, my voice was high-pitched, my wrists naturally went limp, and I loved musical theater. But by the time I finished high school, I was already on my second serious girlfriend. There was no way.
My first kiss happened in preschool, with a boy named Andy who held my hand during story time. It was not unpleasant, or even memorable beyond the fact it was my first. But it created a pattern of kissing other boys—and only boys—that lasted long into high school. Until I met Nicole. She was a short, spunky transfer student with a bleached blonde faux-hawk and an armful of rainbow bracelets.