Shared Post: Biphobia in Fiction

Using specific examples from YA fiction, this post deals with a lot of the stereotypes around fictional bisexual characters and why they’re not OK to perpetuate.

Welcome back to another Trope Tuesday! This is a weekly meme hosted by A.J. @ Lacy Literacy where we discuss a specific trope and decide: yes, indifferent, or throw it off a cliff? Today I’m going to be talking about something near and dear to my heart: biphobia in YA. (TW: biphobia, slut-shaming, brief discussion […]

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3 thoughts on “Shared Post: Biphobia in Fiction”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing my post! It really means a lot to know that my words ring true for others, and that I’m not alone in my thoughts and feelings – especially about something as close to my heart as experiencing and reading biphobia.

    1. I thought you raised some really important points about how bisexuals are represented, especially in YA fiction, which should be particularly careful about proper representation.

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