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Bisexuality
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“Bisexuality does not exist.  It’s usually just  people who don’t want to say that they’re gay.  It’s likely just a phase.”
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“Bisexual people don’t experience the same  kind of discrimination as gays and lesbians.  They only experience homophobia half the  time – often, they receive heterosexual  privilege.”
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Why is the word “bisexual” loaded?
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Bisexuality unsettles uncertainties: straight,  gay, lesbian. It has affinities with all of these,  and is delimited by none. It is an identity that is not an identity It is a sign of the certainty of ambiguity 
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There are several kinds of bisexuality: Historical Sequential Concurrent Episodic and Temporary Experimental Situational In addition to these “types,” bisexuals may  have only emotional attractions or only  physical attractions
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What is biphobia? How is it that biphobia comes from  homophobia?
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The first thing you think of… The first thing you think of … Someone who likes both girls and guys Being attracted to both sexes AND acting on it A girl who is attracted to both sexes Girls only Attention Swingers parties Confused/Confusing  Undecided
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 3356 taught by Professor Mauraryan during the Spring '12 term at Georgia State.

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