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sexually attracted to both sexes

having an ambiguous sexual identity

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men who behave bisexually in the absence of the male deceiving his
In the story, the sexually hybrid female body is ravaged by sadomasochistic sexual play, and her bisexually coded cyborg body becomes a metaphor for the national body, which is ravaged by "psychopharmaka" (40), or by AIDS and by war-trauma.
For the mixed-race, bisexually identified panameno and photographer-in-residence Patrick "Pato" Hebert, who was part of Proyecto's network and cadre of cultural workers and art instructors, Pan Dulce represented a new Latino formation straddling musical, geographic, and national boundaries:
But as the very forward, bisexually inclined (if still virginal) boy develops a crush on his teacher, he pursues it without grasping how even the appearance of impropriety might be enough to get Don fired--or jailed.
He described pedophile as heterosexually, homosexually or bisexually oriented.
This article presents findings of a study that examined the experiences of lesbian and bisexually identified female graduate students within social work education.
Performed by his company New Adventures, Bourne's "dancical" waltzes to the irreverent tune that has made his Swan Lake with male swans, his wartime Cinderella, and his horn-honking, bisexually inclined Car Man such irresistible satires.
In actual fact soaps raising the issues of lesbian characters who also happen to be bisexually amoral, are actually out of date, since Louise Brooks was seducing both men and an adoring Baroness in G W Pabst's still remarkable movie Pandora's Box (1928-29).
222) Laments from single adults, homosexually or bisexually oriented persons, and husbands or wives who feel social pressure locking them inside miserable marriages are familiar to the point of cliche.
With revelations emerging from Peter Conradi's recent biography, we might wonder how her reputation could withstand the surprising posthumous disclosures about a bisexually promiscuous youth and her involvement with imperious male geniuses whose demonic prototypes frequently get the best lines in her fiction.
The Virgin Mary Moon Goddess "was a virgin, a bisexually active woman, and perhaps a bisexually active man," writes Sigal.
They may or may not identify themselves as bisexual, but during significant periods of their life span they act bisexually.
Bisexually reproduced offspring are replaced by clones, hybrids, and materialized psychic emanations called "zimbus.
Perhaps Jones meant to argue that Kinsey self-identified as a homosexual on the basis of his erotic fantasies, discarding as irrelevant his ability to perform bisexually.
Moreover, vampires love intensely, bisexually, and polymorphously: they kiss each other often.