Bisexuality and Biphobia in American Culture and Law

Please join UCLA Outlaw and the Williams Institute for this lunchtime discussion:

Tuesday, March 20, 2012
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Room 1447
*Lunch will be provided.

Bisexuals appear to constitute the majority of the LGBT population in the United States. What accounts for their relative invisibility in social life, political discourse, and legal advocacy? What stereotypes explain Americans’ widespread antipathy to bisexuals, and is there any validity to those stereotypes? How can a distinctly bisexual perspective enrich the gay rights project?

Our panel will feature:

Michael Boucai, Sears Law Teaching Fellow, The Williams Institute
Gregory Davis, UCLA Outlaw President, 2L, UCLA School of Law
Gary J. Gates, Williams Distinguished Scholar, The Williams Institute

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