Bisexuality, Activism, Democracy, and the State
How is it possible to make the world into a better place for bisexuals, and other people who do not identify as heterosexual, lesbian, or gay? How do activists engage with social institutions and structures in order to gain equality, visibility, and the right to self-expression? What social movements have developed to support bisexual people’s rights? This chapter addresses these questions, framing them broadly within political science.
KeywordsSexual Orientation Hate Crime Minority Stress Bisexual People LGBT Community
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