(E–pub) Bi author Shiri Eisner BY Shiri Eisner


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  • Bi author Shiri Eisner
  • Shiri Eisner
  • English
  • 04 July 2020
  • 9781580054744

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Bi author Shiri Eisner summary ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF characters ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Shiri Eisner read Bi author Shiri Eisner Depicted as duplicitous traitorous and promiscuous bisexuality has long been suspected marginalized and rejected by both straight and gay communities alike Bi takes a long overdue comprehensive look at bisexual politics from the issues surrounding biphobiamonosexism feminism and transgenderism to the practice of labeling those who identify as bi as either. entirely apolitical and obsessed with identity politics rather than materialism the author seems to believe that bisexuals have a complete understand of gay and lesbian experience while gay men and lesbians cannot fathom theirs They contradict themselves constantly asserting that bisexuality is its own orientation and not half gay half straight then says that many bisexual women s experiences are identical to lesbians experience They lump gay men and lesbians in with straight people to create a completely fictitious axis of oppression reminiscent of vanilla privilege Rather than taking a critical look at cisheteropatriarchy and mandatory heterosexuality they attack gay men and particularly lesbian for being oppressors simply by virtue of not having sex with men and I cannot think of anything lesbophobic and misogynist than that For Mbatha and Rebeka Pacesetters overdue comprehensive look at bisexual politics from the issues surrounding biphobiamonosexism feminism and transgenderism to the practice Spionul mă privi surprins of labeling those who identify as bi as either. entirely apolitical and The Shadow Speaker obsessed with identity politics rather than materialism the author seems to believe that bisexuals have a complete understand Constantinople Painted by Warwick Goble of gay and lesbian experience while gay men and lesbians cannot fathom theirs They contradict themselves constantly asserting that bisexuality is its Hoşçakal Mayumi own The End of the Fucking World orientation and not half gay half straight then says that many bisexual women s experiences are identical to lesbians experience They lump gay men and lesbians in with straight people to create a completely fictitious axis Pass the ABO exam of Transmetropolitan Vol 1 Back on the Street oppression reminiscent Ne vous fâchez pas Imogène ! of vanilla privilege Rather than taking a critical look at cisheteropatriarchy and mandatory heterosexuality they attack gay men and particularly lesbian for being Filsafat Ilmu Sebuah Pengantar Populer oppressors simply by virtue Unspoken Words of not having sex with men and I cannot think The C Programming Language of anything lesbophobic and misogynist than that

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Bi author Shiri Eisner summary ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF characters ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Shiri Eisner read Bi author Shiri Eisner Too bisexual” promiscuous and incapable of fidelity or not bisexual enough” not actively engaging romantically or sexually with people of at least two different genders In this forward thinking and eye opening book feminist bisexual and genderueer activist Shiri Eisner takes readers on a journey through the many aspects of the meanings and politics of. I ve been frustrated in my attempts to write my thoughts about this book largely because it starts well and then goes wildly off the rails The author opens with discussion of the necessity of radicalism and the ways bisexuality challenges heteropatriarchy She moves into how women s sexuality is always reframed as being about men and always reinterpreted and reconstructed as being about men s pleasure including lesbian sexualities This part of the book is goodThen she gets into bi women s issues and talks about awesome ways bisexuality challenges heteropatriarchy in relationships with men which is a cool topic except I also want to hear about how bisexuality brings awesome challenges to heteropatriarchy in relationships with women and expands possibilities for challenges in conjunction with the other challenges to heteropatriarchy posed by the lesbian community but there is nothing like that here I do think the larger lesbian community does need to work on biphobia in a huge way but to frame the conflicts between lesbians and bi women as being solely about lesbians being irrationally hateful is lacking in nuance and context The challenge to heteropatriarchy posed by lesbians is about refusing to conform to hetero norms to love women and to have relationships that do not include men and are not about men The challenge posed by bi women is about being able to move between straight and gay spaces while being defined by neither Bisexuality poses a challenge to heteropatriarchy and also to monosexism This is a really important challenge but in the context of our culture where heterosexuality is compulsory and women s sexuality is constantly reframed to be about men and include men to be performed for men rather than being something for ourselves where relationships with men are granted status while relationships with women are stigmatized where we all hear over and over and over about how bi women just happened to have ended up with a man without any discussion of social and cultural pressure around that there needs to be dialogue not just about biphobia in lesbian spaces but about ueer identity straight socialization visibility heteronormativity privilege what it means to put these two very different challenges to heteropatriarchy together and what it means in the larger context of still living under heteropatriarchy still living in a society where women are expected to pair bond with men if at all possible or tolerable Talking only about what bisexuality brings to relationships with men ultimately serves only to reinforce the reframing of women s bisexuality as something that is about men and for men Further this is a discussion that I think is specific to relationships with straight men as I don t think the same presumptions and issues would necessarily arise in a relationship with a bi man I could also have done with on straight men needing to be less fetishizing and take being allies to their partners and friends seriously and challenge their internalized sexism and heterosexism But no lesbians merely need to be less biphobic the end Then in the section on bi men she focuses not on bi men s issues at all but on how bi men need to be feminist and awesome toward bi women I ll grant that this is true and is a subject I d like to learn about However I didn t read this book for a critiue of sexism among bi men I read it to learn about bi men s issues under heteropatriarchy and I know no about this than when I started

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Bi author Shiri Eisner summary ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF characters ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Shiri Eisner read Bi author Shiri Eisner Bisexuality specifically highlighting how bisexuality can open up new and exciting ways of challenging social conventionInformed by feminist transgender and ueer theory as well as politics and activism Bi is a radical manifesto for a group that has been too freuently silenced erased and denied and a starting point from which to launch a bisexual revolution. The book is interesting I feel like I know about the opinions other bisexuals have but I don t care for them The author takes the word ableist to meanings far beyond the original which should be hard because I m disabled She also comes across as very dogmatic and anti science which is frustrating I don t mind the anarchy nor the idea of bisexuals embracing being outcasts but ragging on science for proving that bi men exist is too much


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