The decreasing significance of stigma in the lives of bisexual men: Keynote address, bisexual research convention, London

Authors: Ripley, M., Anderson, E., McCormack, M., Adams, A.M. and Pitts, R.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/26216/

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/15299716.2011.571985

Journal: Journal of Bisexuality

Volume: 11

Issue: 2-3

Pages: 195-206

Publisher: Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group

ISSN: 1529-9724

DOI: 10.1080/15299716.2011.571985

This article is constructed around a keynote address given at the Bisexual Research Convention, held in London 2010. The keynote was delivered by sociologist Eric Anderson, on behalf of himself and the other authors of this article. The keynote reflected upon a body of ongoing research, funded by the American Institute of Bisexuality and collected by this team of researchers, into the changing relationship between men and homophobia. It first contextualizes 20th-century attitudes toward homo/bisexuality before showing a declining significance of biphobia and homophobia in men's lives today. In accordance with the keynote, this article draws from preliminary findings of multiple ongoing studies of bisexual men in the United States and the United Kingdom.

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Authors: Ripley, M., Anderson, E., McCormack, M., Adams, A. and Pitts, R.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/26216/

Journal: Journal of Bisexuality

Volume: 11

Issue: 2-3

Pages: 195-206

eISSN: 1529-9724

ISSN: 1529-9716

DOI: 10.1080/15299716.2011.571985

This article is constructed around a keynote address given at the Bisexual Research Convention, held in London 2010. The keynote was delivered by sociologist Eric Anderson, on behalf of himself and the other authors of this article. The keynote reflected upon a body of ongoing research, funded by the American Institute of Bisexuality and collected by this team of researchers, into the changing relationship between men and homophobia. It first contextualizes 20th-century attitudes toward homo/bisexuality before showing a declining significance of biphobia and homophobia in men's lives today. In accordance with the keynote, this article draws from preliminary findings of multiple ongoing studies of bisexual men in the United States and the United Kingdom. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

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