bisexual

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bisexual

1. (of some plants and animals) having both male and female reproductive organs
2. a bisexual organism; a hermaphrodite

bisexual

[‚bī′sek·shə·wəl]
(biology)
Of or relating to two sexes.
(psychology)
Possessing mental and behavioral characteristics of both sexes.
Having sexual desires for members of both sexes.
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123) Thus, the study says little about the many bisexually behaving MSM
Furthermore, the dearth of agencies providing services to the lesbian and gay community precluded many participants from realizing their goal of working with lesbian-, gay-, or bisexually identified people.
In examining the adult sexual lifestyle of this latter group, it was found that the large majority (62, or 83%) of these subjects led exclusively heterosexual lives, and the remaining subjects (13, 17%) were bisexually oriented - that is, their adult sexual activities involved both male and female partners, although here, too, their preference was for women.
Bond explains, "Our research shows that not all bisexually active men who refer to themselves as 'DL' are having sex with women, while a significant number of bisexually active men who do not call themselves 'DL' are having sex with women.
Such a logic, of course, betrays the fundamentally narcissistic nature of such encounters--for on some level they are not so much between men and women as between two halves of a bisexually riven ego.
Few studies have addressed the specific characteristics of adult male gay or bisexually identified escorts who work independently.
These findings, based on an analysis of data from a Massachusetts survey of high school students, (1) suggest that bisexually active young men deserve specific attention in prevention programs.
This study produced roughly the same percentage of practicing homosexuals and bisexuals--between four and five percent--and while almost all of those engaging in homosexual activity exclusively defined themselves as homosexual, almost none of the bisexually oriented men did so.
Reading bisexuality bisexually, and reading "Rosa's hysterical text .
Using polytomous logistic regression analyses, gay-defined homosexually active men (GDHA; n=994) were compared with three groups: bisexually defined bisexually active (BDBA; n=83), bisexually defined homosexually active men (BDHA; n=47), and gay-defined bisexually active men (GDBA; n=25).
Bisexually active males: social characteristics and sexual behavior.
Here, the health care provider can play an important role in counselling the bisexually active man on how best to protect himself and his partners from HIV/STD infection.