We Exist: Combating Erasure Through Creative Analytic Comix about Bisexuality

@article{Berbary2018WeEC,
  title={We Exist: Combating Erasure Through Creative Analytic Comix about Bisexuality},
  author={Lisbeth A. Berbary and Coco Guzm{\'a}n},
  journal={Qualitative Inquiry},
  year={2018},
  volume={24},
  pages={478 - 498}
}
As the voices of lesbian, gay, and transgender (LGT) individuals gain inclusion in academic spheres, bisexual experiences continue to be silenced and excluded from the discussion. In particular, systems of biphobia, monosexism, and erasure often coordinate to limit bisexual visibility and activism. This bisexual erasure translates into negative social experiences for bisexual individuals who must face a constant struggle to find belonging and acceptance. Therefore, this study used comix to… Expand
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