Biphobia: Deal With It

and be more than a bystander

by Gordon Nore

illustrated by Kate Phillips

A reader-directed exploration of biphobia and bi-erasure within society.

A reader-directed exploration of biphobia/bierasure and how it can be aimed at people who are attracted to more than one gender.

Prejudice and discrimination affects people with different sexual identities than the standard poles of “gay” and “straight.” This book helps readers identify biphobia and start a conversation about how to deal with it.

  • Biphobia 101 defines the issue and provides examples on how to identify it
  • The roles of the Bi+ Ally, the By+ Stander, and the Bi+ Eraser approach the issue from three different points of view
  • Quizzes and Q&As provide real-life scenarios and responses to biphobia.

About the Authors

Gordon Nore
Gordon Nore

KATE PHILLIPS is an illustrator and comic artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mount Allison. Her art career explores the intersection of traditional print media and digital design. Her work includes children’s books and comics that focus on inclusivity and queer voices. She lives in Kjipuktuk (Halifax), Nova Scotia.

GORDON NORE is an elementary teacher librarian who has advised queer straight alliances in schools for ten years. His writing has appeared in Xtra, Today's Parent, and ETFO Voice magazines, as well as the Toronto Star and Ottawa Citizen newspapers. He lives in Tkaronto, unceded territory. 

Subjects (BISAC)


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