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Bi the Way

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“Bi The Way” is an autobiographical comic that tells the story of how MJ Wallace discovered she was Bisexual. It covers her realisation, coming out, and how it has affected the rest of her life, all told with jokes, puns, and bears.
Paperback, 52 pages
Published 2017
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Sep 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: People questioning their sexuality ; Educators
A delightful, funny, gentle story of self-realisation.

Although it's a very personal account of the author's particular experiences (autobiography, duh), it's wonderfully open and the feelings involved are (I think) pretty universal.

It's wonderfully pitched for those just getting to grips with their sexuality, whatever their age or situation. It's honest but not explicit, and the story and the art are both very approachable.
There's a wonderful section discussing the expansive LGBT+ terminology
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This is a comic about MJ’s realisation that she’s bi, while in a long-term relationship with a man. The latter part of that sentence might not seem relevant, but it is – so many bi people struggle with their identity because of not feeling ‘queer enough’, and relationship status being conflated with sexuality. A lot of what she talks about is stuff I’ve felt myself, so it’s a very affirming kind of story. There’s also a bunch of stuff in there about being a good ally to bi people, or
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