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Feb 23 '14
[image description: the cover of The Panopticon by Jenni Fagan. The cover has a series of vertical bars and a keyhole on it. In the keyhole is a silhouette of a person.]

In this book, the reader is thrown right into the action.  Our narrator is a girl named Anais who may or may not be crazy, but does enough drugs that it’s a moot point most of the time.  She’s difficult for me to understand since she uses a lot of slang and is Scottish in the first place. She is a foster child who’s been to dozens of homes before being placed in the Panopticon, an orphanage of sorts with eyes constantly watching from the central tower – or are they?  Is this real, or part of Anais’s insanity, or a story she’s telling herself to make sense of her world, or an attempt to scam the reader?  There’s no way to tell, meaning this is one of those books you want to start over from the beginning as soon as you finish it.  Oh yes – Anais sleeps with both girls and boys, though she seems to prefer the ladies.

(via QueerYA)

[image description: the cover of The Panopticon by Jenni Fagan. The cover has a series of vertical bars and a keyhole on it. In the keyhole is a silhouette of a person.]

In this book, the reader is thrown right into the action.  Our narrator is a girl named Anais who may or may not be crazy, but does enough drugs that it’s a moot point most of the time.  She’s difficult for me to understand since she uses a lot of slang and is Scottish in the first place. She is a foster child who’s been to dozens of homes before being placed in the Panopticon, an orphanage of sorts with eyes constantly watching from the central tower – or are they?  Is this real, or part of Anais’s insanity, or a story she’s telling herself to make sense of her world, or an attempt to scam the reader?  There’s no way to tell, meaning this is one of those books you want to start over from the beginning as soon as you finish it.  Oh yes – Anais sleeps with both girls and boys, though she seems to prefer the ladies.

(via QueerYA)

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Jan 14 '13

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Jan 14 '13

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Sep 14 '12
When you tie my wrists in those soft leather ties,
They made me feel so loved,
the way a hood quiets a falcon,
or an old black leather jacket
comforts a lonely little bi-dyke.
— "Black Leather" by Jan Steckell from her book The Horizontal Poet.

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Aug 8 '12

How to find bisexual books

As for lists of actual bisexual books may I suggest people start with relatively easy stuff such as the Finalists in the “Bisexual” category(s) in the Lambda Literary Awards (since 2006 only, they didn’t let us in before that):
http://www.lambdaliterary.org/complete-list-of-award-recipients/

Book lists & articles from various Bisexual sites:
http://www.bilerico.com/2007/12/10_books_every_bisexual_should_read.php
http://www.bisources.com/books.htm
http://www.binetusa.org/category/pride/books
http://bimagazine.org/index.php/literature/

Brenda in a Huffington Post comment.

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Apr 23 '12

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Feb 6 '12

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Nov 30 '11

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Nov 7 '11

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Sep 16 '11
knowhomo:

Quote from a flyer (S.F. Gay History Project 1979)

knowhomo:

Quote from a flyer (S.F. Gay History Project 1979)

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