“The Many Faces of Bisexuality”: The 4th International Bisexual Symposium

  • B. C. Roberts
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Abstract

The importance of “diversity” to bisexual politics is discussed. Given the constituency of bisexual communities, the notion of diversity includes not only those social markers of difference, but also the different ways in which bisexuality is experienced and expressed. An encapsulation of the 4th International Bisexual Symposium (IBIS) suggests how, and to what extent, the diversity among bisexuals is addressed.

diversity social differences experiential differences behavior identity 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. C. Roberts
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  1. 1.Department of Cinema Studies, Tisch School of the ArtsNew York UniversityNew York

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