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Concluding Remarks: A Perspective on Envisioning Bisexuality as Inclusive, Celebratory, and Liberatory

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By the time you reach the final pages of a book about bisexuality, you might notice a pattern. From every angle you study bisexuality, it is absent, marginalized, and/or erased. Whether you read about identity labels, mental health, history, and relationships, you see that bisexuality is delegitimized and stereotyped. You may have gotten a sense of how difficult it is to gain a clear picture of bisexuality due to distortions, conflicting definitions, aggregated data, and faulty measurement.

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Israel, T. (2018). Concluding Remarks: A Perspective on Envisioning Bisexuality as Inclusive, Celebratory, and Liberatory. In: Swan, D., Habibi, S. (eds) Bisexuality. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71535-3_11

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