"This anthology of personal, accessible narratives... presents a compelling look at contemporary bisexual experience... Bi people cho read this book will find validation and community. Researchers and academicians will find the information they need to undertake more meaningful studies of bisexuality. The undeniably queer personal statements in this book should be of interest to people who wonder if it's really necessary or appropriate to include the 'B' in GLBT." - Gay & Lesbian Review
"Every counselor and therapist working with bisexual clients and other clients who are questioning their sexuality will want two copies of Getting Bi on their Bookshelf - one to read and one to lend to your clients!" - Beth Firestein, Ph.D., editor, Becoming Visible: Counseling Bisexuals Across the Lifespan.
"If you want to know what bi people are thinking, feeling, doing; you'll find answers here. And if you teach LGBTI studies, health, history, psychology, sociology, women's studies, international studies; your students need this book." - Loraine Hutchins and Lani Ka'ahumanu, co-editors, Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out