At a Glance:Amy Andre has been a Project Contributor since June 2011, has written 25 entries and currently lives in San Francisco, CA.
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
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
"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
"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
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