4. Watch and read.
There are some excellent bisexual films out there which we'll happily curl up and check out with you and some rad books we'll gladly lend you. They are in turn romantic, heartwarming, messy, tragic and everything in between - just like their straight and gay counterparts. Sometimes a protagonist's bisexuality is a focal point; at other times it's just accepted and not dwelt upon. Moviewise, maybe kick off with Appropriate Behavior, Margarita with a Straw, Frida and Chasing Amy. Novelwise, try Orlando by Virginia Woolf, Gut Symmetries by Jeanette Winterson and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson. And in the non-fiction category, I recommend Shiri Eisner's Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution and Bi Lives: Bisexual Women Tell Their Stories for starters.