Neil Identity society , wellbeing , writing. Sharing in the personal thoughts and reflections of another bisexual person through a blog can be an intimate and powerful experience. Blogs can also help us to better understand our own bisexuality, providing us with the opportunity to recognise ourselves in the experience of others, and to learn about unfamiliar and different experiences as well. He covers the full gamut of bisexual issues, including identity, bisexual erasure and gender. Sue George has been blogging about bisexuality for nearly ten years, making hers one of the longest running bi blogs out there.
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Even now in the 21st Century, bisexuality in men continues to worry heterosexual women. It found that most self-identified male bisexuals looked gay if you hooked them up to devices to measure their erections and showed them straight and gay erotic. But later research from the same center, done with more rigorous methods, has now proved that bisexuality does indeed exist.
The report illustrates that bisexual people experience alarming rates of invisibility, societal rejection, violence, discrimination, and poor physical and mental health—often at rates higher than their lesbian and gay peers. Heron Greenesmith, Esq. This report should serve as a clarion call to policymakers and service providers across the country: In order to fully serve the LGBT community, we must also fully serve the bisexual community. This is me!