Conducted in collaboration with a community-based advisory committee, this research interrogates why there is a virtual absence of HIV education for bisexual men and women in Canada. More than simply documenting that absence, the work sought to create relevant educational materials. It is based on interviews with 87 bisexual men and women, who offered critical insight into how we need to think about HIV prevention differently. The results of this research have been presented in both scholarly venues. An academic book, HIV Prevention and Bisexual Realities, was published by the University of Toronto Press in 2012. Popular education based on the research is available on the project’s website : www.polyvalence.ca.