Drawing on literature by bisexual writers, this chapter critiques some feminist psychoanalytic gender theory of the 1990s that reconfigured bisexuality, a sexual position, as a gender position of mixed femininity and masculinity. I argue that this reconfiguration neutralized Freud’s radical psychoanalytic position that all humans begin as bisexual, turning bisexuality into a less threatening construct. Indeed, the very designation of human attributes as either masculine or feminine is itself an enactment of normative unconscious processes. I suggest that even seemingly progressive theories can unconsciously perform cultural work that shores up the sex and gender status quo.