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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Indeed, Brian Dodge, associate director of Indiana University Bloomington Center for Sexual Health Promotion says he sees "erasure" in the field and argues that one problem is the way health data has masked bisexuals and their specific health concerns.
USA], August 26 ( ANI ): A recent study finds older lesbian, gay, and bisexual people were more likely to suffer from chronic health issues than their heterosexual counterparts.
Megan Fox: "I have no question in my mind about being bisexual," she told (http://www.
Bisexual women report higher rates of negative sexual and reproductive health (SRH) outcomes in North America.
If bisexuals, who constitute--by most counts--the largest group in the LGBT community, (3) agree to their own invisibility by not self-identifying, prejudice against bisexuals is unfortunately likely to continue unabated.
Bisexual writer and advocate Neil Endicott posits that biphobia pushes many bisexuals further into the closet to avoid ridicule and rejection, affecting our well-being and sense of identity.
Arlington, MA resident, producer and filmmaker Susannah Layton created the Bilicious show in 2007, after she was shocked to discover there were no bisexual events being produced that year at the annual National Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco.
To learn more about the impact of childhood sexual abuse in lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and heterosexuals, researchers took advantage of a large US survey involving more than 34,000 people across the United States.
According to the NCLR, bisexuals have higher incidences of depression, suicidal thoughts and attempts, alcohol and drug abuse, and poor physical health in general than their heterosexual, gay and lesbian counterparts.
The study reported that bisexual men responded to both the male and female videos but gay and straight men did not.
Steady relationships are enjoyed by 64per cent of gays and 76per cent of bisexuals.