The finding runs counter to the idea that bisexuality is an experimental or transitional period for women who, for instance, are uncertain or have fear of commitment. Perhaps even more so than lesbians, bisexual women have more hurdles to clear before they are at the very least accepted by societies. In addition to nixing on-the-street prejudices, a more accurate understanding of bisexuality, Galupo noted, could have implications for the scientific field. Sexual healthSexual orientation Advertise. She interviewed the women five times over a year period from through In addition to debunking stereotypes about bisexuality, the research sheds light on the complex nature of sexual orientation in women. Most active discussions votes comments.
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However, women who settled on a heterosexual label in the last interviews reported having no sexual contact with a woman within the previous two years. She interviewed the women five times over a year period from through But among many scientists and members of the public, bisexuality has been defined by stereotypes and unfounded assumptions. Most active discussions votes comments. Don't miss these Health stories. Nearly 20 percent of respondents switched from a bisexual or unlabeled identity to heterosexual, but more than half of these women switched back to bisexual or unlabeled.