Mark Bentley Cohen

Biography

Mark Bentley Cohen is a published writer, performer, workshop facilitator, counsellor, and outdoor enthusiast living in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Mark runs workshops on non-monogamy, bisexuality, and other topics around sexuality. He also sees bisexuals for one-on-one counselling.

Mark believes that sexuality is fluid, and that there is an inherent need for continued sexual growth and exploration throughout one's life. Modern partnerships are slowly changing to accommodate those needs.

Bisexuality is a queer thing indeed.

Many bisexuals feel trapped by their yearning for both sexes, the dream of having a family darkened by the belief that they must either deny their desire, or lie about fulfilling it – neither of which is satisfying.

It is Mark's hope that his work on this topic and ground-breaking relationship with Lianna will help people of any sexual orientation take the first small steps toward living a more authentic, fulfilling, and exciting life.

Mark and Lianna are still happily married, non-monogamous, and very much in love after 19 years. They live together with their two teenaged progeny.

Mark's one-man show, "Bi, Hung, Fit... and Married" is based upon "Confessions of a Bisexual Husband". The show premiered at the Vancouver Fringe in 2012 and has received rave reviews. It continues to delight, excite, and challenge audiences around the world.

Please contact Mark to have the show performed at a venue near you.

Where to find Mark Bentley Cohen online


Books

Confessions of a Bisexual Husband
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 93,970. Language: English. Published: November 25, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Sex and Relationships  » Men's sexuality, Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Marriage
This is a candid, riveting, sexy account of how a married bisexual man's coming out to his wife of 15 years saves their ailing marriage. The book redefines our most dearly-held beliefs about sexuality, monogamy, authenticity, and what it means to truly love someone. "You are a great storyteller. The book is so easy and enjoyable to read....it's the type you can get glued to.” - Tracey, Vancouver

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