National LGBTI Health Alliance, Recorded 24th March 2020 Bisexual+ people are thought to be the largest group in the LGBTIQ+ population, yet are commonly misunderstood by mainstream society and often invisible in the broader LGBTIQ+ discourse. Although many bisexuals are comfortable with, if not proud of their identity, research from around the world tells us that bisexual+ people are more...
The Guardian, Thursday 9 February 2017 17.57 AEDT Sexuality poses no risk to mental health, a new study has found, challenging a common perception that homosexual and bisexual people are at risk of poor mental health and suicide because of their orientation. The research, carried out over eight years and led by the Australian National University, found that the risk commonly attributed to sexual...
University of Essex, 05 November 2015 When it comes to what turns them on, women are either bisexual or gay, but never straight, according to a new study by the University of Essex. Whereas previous research has shown that women generally are sexually aroused by both men and women to varying degrees, it overlooked the differences between women who are straight or gay. Read more of press release...
Eureka Alerts, 13-Jan-2015
Bisexual women are more likely to experience poor mental health and mental distress than lesbians, according to new research published in the Journal of Public Health.
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Kinsey Confidential, Posted October 7, 2014
Research by The Kinsey Institute’s Erick Janssen and Jerome Cerny reveals unique sexual arousal pattern in bisexual men.
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