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Bisexuals Are On Track To Take Over The World, Study Suggests

We’ve known bisexuality was on the rise for a while now, but it appears to be happening at faster rate than ever before. A new study out of the U.K. has found that the number of people who identify as bisexual has absolutely skyrocketed in just three years. According to the Office for National Statistics, 230,000 [...]
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A Heartbreaking Look At Why So Many Bisexual Men Remain Closeted

“I would never tell anyone,” a male participant in a recent study conducted by Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. “I’ll go to my grave with this.” The study, which was released earlier this summer, looked at roughly 200 closeted bisexual men with wives or girlfriends, and the findings were pretty heartbreaking. Related: Why Are Bisexuals So [...]
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A Heartbreaking Look At Why So Many Bisexual Men Remain Closeted

“I would never tell anyone,” a male participant in a recent study conducted by Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. “I’ll go to my grave with this.” The study, which was released earlier this summer, looked at roughly 200 closeted bisexual men with wives or girlfriends, and the findings were pretty heartbreaking. Related: Why Are Bisexuals So [...]
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Why Are Bisexuals So Self-Destructive? This Study May Have The Answer.

A new study finds that bisexuals drink and smoke more than their gay, lesbian and straight counterparts. The report comes from the University of Vanderbilt, where researchers poured over data collected from the 2013 and 2014 National Health Interview Surveys. What they learned was that members of the LGB community, as a whole, reported higher levels of stress and more severe [...]
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Why Are Bisexuals So Self-Destructive? This Study May Have The Answer.

A new study finds that bisexuals drink and smoke more than their gay, lesbian and straight counterparts. The report comes from the University of Vanderbilt, where researchers poured over data collected from the 2013 and 2014 National Health Interview Surveys. What they learned was that members of the LGB community, as a whole, reported higher levels of stress and more severe [...]
Graham Gremore
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