bisexual person


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Citing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other sources, Andre notes that bisexual people make up 50% of the queer population, yet, she says, "I meet people all of the time who say that I am the only bisexual person they know.
In a study of homophobic and heterosexist attitudes of nursing educators, Randall (1989) found that educators may continue to harbor misinformation and distrust of lesbian, gay, and bisexual persons despite access to abundant information regarding human sexuality, adherence to a professional mission of service, and adherence to a professional code of ethics.
Does our Judaism have a preference as to the decision a fully bisexual person makes with regard to his or her sexuality?
I don't think, oh, that's a bisexual person, that's a gay person, that's a straight person.
Having a heterosexual relationship does not necessarily mean that a bisexual person is using the acting strategy.
Lesbian, gay, and bisexual persons may be considered "sexual minorities" because of the pervasive prejudice, social oppression, and discrimination against them (Croteau, 1996; Elliott, 1993; Hetherington, Hillerbrand, & Etringer, 1989; Morgan & Brown, 1991).
21, 1993, the DADT policy prohibited military personnel from discriminating against or harassing closeted homosexual or bisexual members or applicants but banned openly gay, lesbian or bisexual persons from military service.
The expert panel said it also was concerned about violence against lesbian, gay and bisexual persons in Russia, including reports of police harassment.
Internalized homophobia and substance use among lesbian, gay, and bisexual persons.
Since the decriminalization of homosexual relationships in 1969, there has been a steady expansion of the fights of gay, lesbian, and bisexual persons reflected in human fights legislation and Charter jurisprudence.
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gay People helps support, educate, and advocate for gay, lesbian, and bisexual persons and their families.
Career and life planning with gay, lesbian, and bisexual persons.
Super's (1990) constructs of work salience, career adaptability, and life roles could be used to further understand the career development of gay, lesbian, and bisexual persons.
The unique vocational issues for bisexual persons are almost totally ignored in this literature.
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