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Female Bisexuality 1 Journal Analysis of Female Bisexuality from Adolescence to Adulthood: Results from a 10-Year Longitudinal Study Christie L. Shaub Developmental Psychology 212 Mary Winn February 14, 2008
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Female Bisexuality 2 Female Bisexuality from Adolescence to Adulthood Homosexuality, an issue that has been a prevalent topic of debate, controversy and protest in the past decade is now becoming a large aspect of science. Developmental psychology especially plays a role because more and more teenagers are changing their views about their own sexuality on a frequent basis. Lisa Diamond in a 10-year longitudinal study takes a look at 79, non-heterosexual women between the ages of 18 and 25 in attempt to better define the term “bisexuality” and to understand its true meaning, as well as to study sexuality throughout the lifetime of a female. Diamond begins her research by intending to evaluate three separate ideas of bisexuality. The first idea is that bisexuality is a transitional stage.
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