BI ANY OTHER NAME: Bisexual People Speak Out (Alyson, 1991)
Lani Ka'ahumanu and Loraine Hutchins, Editors
table of contents - excerpts from the book
1991...................................1997ish, new cover ...........2007, Chinese translation
............................................same book ..
GettingBi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World
(Bisexual Resource Center, First Edition 2005, Second Edition 2009)
Robyn Ochs & Sarah E. Rowley, Editors
WOMEN'S LIVES: Multicultural Perspectives, Third Edition
Gwyn Kirk and Margo Okazawa-Rey, Editors
SEXUAL LIVES: A Reader on the Theories and Realities of Human Sexualities
Robert Heasley and Betsy Crane, Editors
UNLIMITED DESIRES: An International Anthology of Bisexual Erotica (BiPress, 2000)
BI LIVES: Bisexual Women Tell Their Stories (See Sharp Press, 1999)
Kata Orndorff, Editor
THE READER'S COMPANION TO U.S. WOMEN'S HISTORY
(Houghton Mifflin Company, 1998)
Gloria Steinem, Barbara Smith, Marysa Navarro, Gwendolyn Mink, and Wilma Mankiller, Editors
BISEXUALITY: The Psychology and Politics of an Invisible Minority (Sage, 1996)
Beth Firestein, Editor
Poem: That Naked Place
THE NATIONAL LESBIAN/BISEXUAL HIV PREVENTION NETWORK Manual, 1995
"A Bisexual Identity Has Never Spread HIV"
BISEXUAL POLITICS: Theories, Queries, and Visions
(Haworth Press, 1995)
Naomi Tucker, Editor
WOMEN EN LARGE: images of fat nudes (BooksInFocus, 1994)
Photography by Laurie Toby Edison; Debbie Notkin, Editor
Poem: My Body Is a Map
THE VERY INSIDE: An Anthology of Writing by Asian
and Pacific Islander Lesbian and Bisexual Women
(Sister Vision Press, 1994)
Sharon Lim-Hing, Editor
EROTIC BY NATURE(Shakti Press, 1986)
David Steinberg, Editor
BINET NEWS: The Quarterly newsletter of BiNetUSA"Sightings" - a news and opinion column
1996 - 1999
"Insights on Celebrating Bisexuality Day"
"The Art of Creating Change: the conference as tool"
"BiTransAction Creates Change"
"What does biphobia look like?" with Rob Yaeger
"Burn out or. . . organizers and activists who care too much
and the movement and the communities who love them"
ANYTHING THAT MOVES - for the uncompromising bisexual
"If you really love someone, you'll tell them the truth" - ex-gay poster ad copy
Issue 18 - Fall, 1998
Issue 14 - Summer, 1997
"A slut is born"
"A Safer Sex Plastic (W)rap"
Issue 12 - Fall, 1996
"Thank you Hap Stewart"
"The Sofa - in three parts" - poem
Issue 11 - Summer, 1996
"Dr. Ruth's Continuing Education"
"B-HEP: A new coalition of Bisexuality and HIV/AIDS"
Issue 10 - Winter, 1995
"Dear Elizabeth, a letter to HRC(F)"
Issue 9 - Fall, 1995
"I'm bisexual and I have parents!" - The PFLAG Conference
Issue 8 - Summer, 1994
"Tippicanoe and Ka'ahumanu too"
Issue 7 - Winter, 1994
"If I can't dance I won't join your revolution"
Issue 6 - Summer, 1993
"The proper setting" poem
"How I spent my two week vacation being a token bisexual"
Lani speaking at 1993 MOW
Issue 5 - Spring, 1993
"1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation"
"who says?" poem
Issue 2 - Spring, 1991
"Who are we? Establishing and reclaiming the bisexual community" with Loraine Hutchins
LIBIDO: the journal of sex and sensuality
"Restaurant Reviews" - 1995
"A Safer Sex Slut Education" - 1994
"October 6, 1982" - 1992
THE ADVOCATE, 1991
"Do bisexuals have a place in the gay movement?" with Loraine Hutchins
UTNE READER, 1990
"Bisexuals Battle for Acceptance"
1987 MARCH ON WASHINGTON FOR LESBIAN/GAY RIGHTS
Civil Disobedience Handbook
"Are We Visible Yet?"
COMING UP! The Lesbian and Gay Newspaper, 1987
"The Bisexual Community: Are We Visible Yet?"
San Francisco Pride Parade Celebration Program, 1985
"Bisexuality and Discrimination"
PLEXUS (San Francisco Bay Area Women's Newspaper), 1982
"Biphobic. . . Some of my best friends are. . ."
.....Read the pdf .........View original Plexus layout of article
Mothertongue Feminist Theater
1976 - 1993