ambisexual


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ambisexual

[¦am·bi¦sek·shə·wəl]
(medicine)
An individual having undifferentiated primordia of both sexes.
(psychology)
Having feelings and exhibiting behavior common to both sexes.
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Since his breakout role in Gregg Araki's The Doom Generation, in which he played an ambisexual drifter, the actor has practically dripped a kind of equal-opportunity boffability that has kept gay fans coming back for more.
Why we care: We agree: Jodie Foster's Anna was no King and I, and though we're always eager to see ambisexual Alan Cumming on-screen, his decadent Saturninus in Titus wasn't much of a stretch after his leering emcee onstage in Broadway's recent revival of Cabaret (directed, we recall, by American Beauty's Sam Mendes).
And guys with potentially ambisexual or bisexual tendencies are drawn to the Marine Corps .
Of course, she was having a love affair with writer Vita Sackville-West at the time, and using her as the model for the ambisexual hero/heroine of her gender-bending novel Orlando.
Bourne sets one scene in an ambisexual cabaret, and he can't resist a hilarious side trip to one of those icky 19th-century butterfly-ballet divertissements (exquisite designs by Lez Brotherston) that his own work seems to render so irrelevant.