“M-spec” is short for“multiple-attraction spectrum” or “multisexual spectrum” It’s an inclusive umbrella term for the many different ways people express attraction beyond gender. M-spec includes people who use words for themselves such as bi, pan, omni, fluid, flexible, curious & more, as well as some people who don’t use labels at all. Many people combine … Continue reading WHAT DOES “M-SPEC” MEAN?
There are hundreds of books about bi, pan, and fluid sexuality in the world, and the Bi Pan Library does not yet have the resources to catalogue them all online. This page currently only lists the books we have physically collected. We do also keep a spreadsheet of book titles and authors to research and obtain in … Continue reading BI, PAN, & M-SPEC NONFICTION
Thank you for believing in the Bi Pan Library’s mission! There are a variety of ways you can support our work and spread our resources to people who will enjoy them. Donate materials Due to COVID-19 the library does not currently have a P.O. box for accepting donated materials, but we will open one when … Continue reading
The Bi Pan Library is a physical archive and online directory of media created by bi, pan, and m-spec people, as well as media focused on bi, pan, and m-spec characters and issues. MISSION Increase access to bi+ media, through digital directories and a physical archive. Create bi, pan, and m-spec specific resources and provide … Continue reading About
All the bi, pan, and m-spec zines listed in this directory are available to read online or purchase as physical copies. This list is ALL the titles the library is currently aware of, so if you know of a zine we should add (especially if it is your own), please send in a media suggestion … Continue reading Zine Directory
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A US-based Bi+ media library and online directory dedicated to increasing hands-on interaction with Bi+ history and culture and providing resources for all creators shaping modern queer history.
In Thor: Ragnorak, Valkyrie (played by Tessa Thomas) had her comics-canon bisexuality stolen from her when the confirming scene was cut. But word on the street is that Valkyrie’s role in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder is larger and will explore her bisexuality. I’ll believe it when I see it, MCU.
There have been dozens of bi+ podcasts on the airwaves, though many have faded into retirement. Below is a linked list of ALL the bi+ podcasts the library is currently aware of, so if you know of a show we should add (especially if it is your own), please send in a media suggestion form. Jump to … Continue reading Bi, Pan, & Fluid Podcast Directory