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Becoming Visible raises awareness and enhances our understanding of the unique and incredibly diverse experiences and clinical needs of bisexual men and women. Specific emphasis is often placed on differentiating their experiences from those of lesbian and gay individuals (with whom bisexuals are too often thoughtlessly lumped) and providing clinicians with practical information and therapeutically-relevant techniques that can be used in treating bisexual clients. I was frankly bowled over by the diversity of perspectives and topics represented in the volume—no stone remains unturned and for this reason I am sure that the book will be of tremendous use not only to clinicians but to researchers and academics like myself.
— Lisa Diamond, assistant professor of psychology and gender studies, University of Utah