Prevailing attitudes toward bisexuality affect every aspect of a bisexual woman's emotional and sexual life. Bisexual Women: Friendship and Social Organization explores the friendship relationships of bisexual women and the ways that bisexuality shapes the friendship experience. This book fills a gap in the literature and research on bisexuality and friendship with the latest qualitative and quantitative studies on this rarely visited topic. Leading experts in the field explain how the friendships of bisexual and bi-curious women can be affected by sexism, heterosexism, biphobia, and racism, and provide insightful reviews of how bisexual women are portrayed in film and literature. The book presents studies and personal essays to provide a comprehensive understanding of the patterns of various friendship relationships that exist because of-and in spite of-prevalent social attitudes about bisexuality. This extensive look details various aspects of bisexual women's relationships as well as society's biases and preconceived notions. Analysis of research explores the various effects that being bisexual has on the way women approach friendship, as well as how society views both bisexuality and relationships.