No Longer at the Kids Table: Bisexuality A Useful Fiction, a Response

Yes…and thank you.

Vega's Voice

It’s been a while since I posted and, as I’ve mentioned before it’s hard for me to blog and write a novel at the same time. That however is changing this month, starting with this post.

I was searching for something to write about. Should I tackle life as an author with a day job? Nope. Covered that. Should I ramble about the dog? No, that’s what instagram is for. And then, a friend pointed me to an open letter written by the Bisexual Books blog on Tumblr. This blog, which covers the importance of bisexual themed literature, something which is near and dear to my heart, responded to a piece in Slate Magazine regarding Bisexual Culture. I read the letter. Then I read the piece. Then I came over here to voice my … shall we say … concerns … for this Dan Savage-esque boot to the throat…

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2 thoughts on “No Longer at the Kids Table: Bisexuality A Useful Fiction, a Response

  1. My project is to help bring peace to the planet, step by step, by helping to foster a greater understanding of ourselves. To work toward this goal I wrote what turned into an award-winning book, The Whole-Brain Path to Peace. This is not a promo for the book. If you are interested in my research on sexuality, including my insights into bisexuality, it has since been expanded and can be found on my website for free. Hopefully you will be able to find something that might help you better understand yourself or a friend.


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