Bisexual Christian identity: a sociological exploration of the life stories of female and male bisexual Christians
Toft, Alex (2011) Bisexual Christian identity: a sociological exploration of the life stories of female and male bisexual Christians. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
This research project is an investigation into the lives of bisexual men and women who are also Christian. It is a sociological exploration of their identity and the negotiations which they undertake against the backdrop of a religion that sees their sexuality as a choice and fails to fully grasp the complexity of bisexuality, and a society that does not understand their sexuality. Bisexual Christians are an under-researched group, yet researching such a group can speak to sociological understandings of identity, sexuality and religion.
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