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sexually attracted to both sexes

having an ambiguous sexual identity

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supra note 29, at 684 (stating that studies of bisexually behaving
The presence of lesbian-, gay-, or bisexually identified people was associated with feelings of support, acceptance, comfort, and connectedness with others.
In these situations, the women were aware of faculty who had disclosed either gay or lesbian identities, but were unaware of any lesbian, gay, or bisexually identified peers.
In addition to lesbian, gay, or bisexually identified peers, participants also discussed the significance of lesbian, gay, and bisexually identified faculty on their experiences within their MSW programs.
PHMC's research conclusively shows that bisexually active men who identify as DL are not at higher risk of spreading HIV to their female partners than bisexually active men who do not identify as DL.
Findings from this study indicate that nearly 60% of the men in this study who were bisexually active had engaged in unprotected sex with a woman in the three months prior to interview.
If we want to have a constructive dialogue about the potential transmission bridge between Black bisexually active men and heterosexual women, we need to start talking in a meaningful way about bisexuality and bisexual behavior, not the DL," says Bond.
Transvestism exists on a continuum between two poles, corresponding to the relative strength of the two halves of a bisexually riven ego, and functions quite differently at each pole.
The term escort is commonly used on the Internet in gay-oriented chatrooms and websites to refer to gay or bisexually identified men over the age of 18 who provide a range of sexual services via in-calls (at the home of the escort) or out-calls (at the home or hotel of the client).
Past studies of AIDS-related risk behaviors among young men have yielded limited information, because they have grouped together homosexually and bisexually active males as "young men who have sex with men" and because they have not included adolescents.
Nearly half of heterosexually and homosexually active respondents attended urban schools (46-49%), whereas bisexually active youths were less likely to come from urban schools (30%) and more likely to attend suburban schools (50%).
Among these respondents, a significantly higher proportion of bisexually active males than of others had had intercourse before they were 13 (54% vs.
Although the patterns and contexts of bisexual men's sexual expression are varied, within the context of the HIV literature a few specific interrelated typologies of bisexually active or non-gay identified MSM have been described.
1992; Fitzpatrick, Hart, Boulton, McLean, & Dawson, 1989) or has classified exclusively bisexually active men (e.
In contrast, the systematic consideration of both behavioural and self-identification measures appears more common in research with samples restricted to bisexually active men.