Amy Andre

Amy Andre


At a Glance:

Amy Andre has been a Project Contributor since June 2011, has written 26 entries and currently lives in San Francisco, CA.

Bio

Featured from CNN to Cosmo for her bi/ LGBT activism, Amy Andre is the co-author of Bisexual Health: An Introduction, published by the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force. She holds a master’s in Sexuality Studies and, as a Point Foundation Scholar, earned an MBA from UC Berkeley.

Amy’s writing appears in countless places, such as AlterNet, Bridges: A Jewish Feminist Journal, ColorLines, Curve, and the Miami Herald. She has essays in the books LGBTQ America Today, Nobody Passes: Rejecting the Rules of Gender and Conformity, Waking up American: Coming of Age Bi-Culturally, Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World, and many more.

An in-demand speaker on issues such as bisexual health, Amy has educated thousands of people at over 100 universities and companies, including Harvard, Stanford Medical School, and Microsoft.

Amy Andre: Recently Filed

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Bisexuals Finally at the Table

Filed by Amy Andre | September 27, 2013 | 10:00 AM | comments

We still have so much work to do, to really celebrate bisexuality, and by extension, all sexualities! On Monday in Washington, we took a major step towards doing just that.Read More


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Bisexuals in Shorts: Bi Short Films

Filed by Amy Andre | July 12, 2012 | 1:30 PM | comments

Here are some of my favorite films from my Bi Request line-ups. They are still floating around out there in LGBT-film-landia, so, if you get a chance, I highly encourage you to check them out!Read More


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Bi Cities in the Twin Cities: Bisexuals on TV

Filed by Amy Andre | May 29, 2012 | 2:00 PM | comments

"A young transgender man said our show had saved his life. He happened to be watching television, and our show came on. It featured a trans activist. He said when heard that person's story, he knew he wasn't alone, and opted not to kill himself." - Dr. Charmoli Read More


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Self Care for Activists: Robyn Ochs Shows Us How

Filed by Amy Andre | May 07, 2012 | 5:00 PM | comments

"It's not enough just to change our personal relationship to our activism... It's important that we also develop a culture around us into one in which we support and appreciate each another as activists both within and across issues." Read More


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Professional Bisexual: One of the First Paid Staffers of a Bi Org [Interview]

Filed by Amy Andre | April 22, 2012 | 4:00 PM | comments

In 2011, Ellyn Ruthstrom became the first - and so far, only - regular paid employee of the Bisexual Resource Center... As such, Ellyn joined a tiny number of people in the world who have been paid to work at bi organizations.Read More