Bisexual womens fiction

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Coming of age and coming out are two painstakingly difficult processes for anyone out there. Worse yet, they might occur at the same time, leaving an even longer wake of confusion behind them. When self-doubt comes in, some good representation can help. Coming-of-age novels, however, can mean a lot to older readers as well. Reading of the angst and joys of entering adulthood as an LGBTI person is, in fact, an even more emotional journey in hindsight. Moreover, girls may learn to face gender inequality and heteronormative stereotypes the hard way when growing up.

12 Books By (And About) Lesbians And Bisexual Women To Read This Pride Month

The Best Bisexual Women’s Literature | Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian

In celebration of Bisexual Awareness Week, I bring you a list of some of my favorite works by bisexual women — spanning genre from fiction to essays to memoir, these books are vibrant, boundary-breaking, and as intriguing as they are affirming. The description of the type of food Ruby fantasizes about cooking for her female crush while still deciding whether to reconcile with her college boyfriend is erotic, funny, and tender. We also love her work with serialized fiction project Tremontaine and her creepy, delicious newest title A Line in the Dark. Who can resist? Seductive Amber makes it even harder for Reese, during a hard time from an apocalyptic standpoint, to sort out good from evil and understand how to save the world. I could not put it down.

10 Great Bisexual Women Books of 2020

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Recently I received an email containing one of my favorite things: a book recommendation. But our exchange left me wondering where the rest of these characters and their authors were hiding out. Taking it as a challenge, I went out in search of queer lady protagonists, taking suggestions from friends and scouring the catalog at the Brooklyn Public Library. Some of the books I found were classics I had the pleasure of discovering for the first time, while others were cult favorites passed along with dog-eared pages and handwritten notes.