One of the most startling realities about bisexuality is that its erasure is accompanied by its blaring presence. No more is this presence felt than in groups of artistic, cultural and literary innovators ... from Bloomsbury to Harlem, from Paris to Berlin to Greenwich Village, bisexuality had not only thrived but imprinted itself on culture. It’s worth surveying this overlooked bisexuality. Modern scholarship on sexuality is not nearly as progressive as it would like to think: there are countless articles, essays and books on the sexuality of Bloomsbury writers such as Virginia Woolf, and they are overwhelmingly monosexual.
November 4 / Varsity