Dr. Mimi Hoang educates us on what it truly means to be bisexual. In addition to sharing about how she discovered her own sexual identity, Dr. Hoang discusses “gold star” lesbians, why chemistry is more important than plumbing, and how identity incongruence leads to internalized biphobia. (Intro: Full Breath)
Licensed as a Clinical Psychologist since 2008, Dr. Mimi Hoang currently works as a Staff Psychologist at Loyola Marymount University. Dr. Hoang’s bisexual community leadership spans almost two decades, including co-founding the Los Angeles Bisexual Task Force, amBi (LA’s Bisexual Social Community), and Fluid UCLA. Peak accomplishments include earning a seat at the landmark 2013 White House Bisexual Community Roundtable and being named one of the “Most Significant Women in the Bisexual Movement.” Dr. Hoang completed her B.A. in Psychology and Minor in Women’s Studies at UCLA, and her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Alliant International University.