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Description:Copyright notice Abstract While there is a small but growing body of work that examines the religious and spiritual lives of bisexuals, there is a strong need for additional research that further explores the intersectionality of these distinct identities. Motivated by the feminist notions that the personal is political and that individuals are the experts of their own experiences Unger, , the specific aim of this study is to better understand the intersection of multiple identities experienced by bisexual individuals. Among the significant findings, results suggest that higher LGB self-esteem scores and openness about sexual orientation correlated with higher levels of spirituality. Further, attraction to same sex partners was associated with perceiving sexual orientation as a choice, identifying as bisexual at a younger age, more likely to disclose one's sexual orientation, less likely to view religion as being socially important, and a higher score on the belief statement. We discuss the implications of these results and make suggestions for future research on the role of religion and spirituality in bisexual lives. Bisexual, Religious, Spiritual, Political, Identity, Feminism, Intersectionality Until fairly recently, scholars researching the religious and spiritual experiences of sexual minorities have focused nearly exclusively on the study of lesbian and gay individuals, virtually ignoring the experiences of the bisexual and transgendered, even while utilizing the inclusive acronym LGBT.