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    Bisexuality Bisexuality is a psychological phenomenon that is still relatively inconclusive. Many people in society today are convinced that bisexuality is not even real, that bisexuality is simply a phase, and that it should not even be counted as a sexual orientation. The studies, tests, and data collected by researchers of the bisexual community have had difficulty being generalized based upon the variety and diversity of those who identify as bisexual. In early psychology, methods such

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    Importance Of Bisexuality

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    states that “bisexuality is often perceived as an illegitimate and unstable sexual orientation, such that bisexuals are perceived to be confused, experimenting, in transition from a heterosexual to a gay/lesbian identity, or in denial about their true sexual orientation.” This attitude towards bisexuality definitely creates tensions in societies. Furthermore, Feinstein et al. also states “While people have the

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    Essay On Bisexuality

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    One of the most enabling definitions of bisexuality comes from a bisexual activist named Robyn Ochs. According her her, “bisexuality is the potential to be attracted – romantically and/or sexually – to people of more than one sex and/or gender, not necessarily at the same time, not necessarily in the same way, and not necessarily to the same degree” (Ochs). However, bisexuality did not always refer to sexual orientation. One of the first uses of the word ‘bisexual’ can be found in Psychopathia Sexualis

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    My Community of Practice is Bisexuals. To be Bisexual is to have a sexual attraction to both of the traditional genders, it can also be thought of as an attraction to all genders or regardless of gender. With an average of 2% of the United States being reportedly Bisexual, it is more common than people with red hair (McDonald). A person can be bisexual regardless of their sex, gender, or their dating history. A person who identifies as Bisexual does not necessarily need to be sexually attracted to

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    The topic of the matter is homosexuality and genes. Could homosexuality and bisexuality be inherited? Is it likely or unlikely to be passed down? What is it? Before we get into the research paper, what exactly is homosexuality, bisexuality, and heterosexuality? What causes this attraction to the same, different, and both genders? Homosexuality is the physical, mental, and sexual attraction towards the same gender. Bisexuality is the attraction towards both genders, and is mainly forgotten. Heterosexuality

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    have the same amount of respect and safety to live out their life as any other person in the modern world. “… Bisexuality is a phase… and they can’t make up their minds…”(Eady 378). Unfortunately it is common to simply brush off the identity as nothing more than a phase, or that the person is on their way to becoming attracted to only one sex not both the opposite and the same.“Bisexuality: 2.sexual attraction to persons of both sexes; exhibition of both homosexual and heterosexual behavior”(Dorland)

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    Bisexuality for women is more commonly know in our society and some researchers believe that it is not a phase. This is the complete opposite of what researchers believe about men that identify as bisexual. For men it is understood that bisexual men will eventually become homosexual. I want to examine why researchers believe that women are truly bisexual. “Being bisexual is a distinct orientation, not a temporary stage,” says Lisa Diamond (1995). Diamond interviewed 79 women aging 18-25 around New

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    6% identified as homosexual, and 0.7% identified as bisexual. Heterosexuality which is widely is accepted, is when someone is attracted to the opposite sex. Homosexuality is defined as when a person prefers someone of the same sex as, and lastly bisexuality is

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    the carnival type atmosphere allows for more opportune behaviour in this regard. Also, the event of Halloween concerns itself with death, or thenatos, and the reversal of roles as people assume a deathly facede in their actions of the carnival. Bisexuality, Transvestitism / The Excessive Body This theme of opposites extends further in terms of sexuality and transvestitism. Sometimes, we can see the young children, they despite the fact they know nothing of gender roles, regularly engage in transvestitism

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    accepted in 32 states, however 18 states still ban same-sex marriage. More than same-sex marriage is being accepted, transgender and bisexuality are now being accepted along with homosexuality. Of course not everyone agrees with these changing views, but never the less changing. Over the past decade or so, a very high percentage of Americans accept homosexuality, bisexuality and

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    My Bisexuality

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    My Bisexuality Dreams are dangerous and wild things, but once captured and tamed, powerful insights to who you really are. I had the classic American dream: growing up, finding Prince Charming, getting married and living in a nice house with a white picket fence, two kids, and a dog. As I got older that dream of mine faded away until, one day, it no longer existed. The funny thing is, I can pinpoint that day exactly and how it changed my life. I was a sophomore in high school and, after overcoming

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    Acceptance and Exploration of Homosexuality

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    this can be very damaging to someone, male or female. Education about bisexuality could be the step society needs to take to create a more accepting society. Right now, a bisexual is seen as someone who cannot make a choice, but society should not pressure people to choose. People should not have to label themselves heterosexual or homosexual. The media has become more accepting of same sex couples, however, it exploits bisexuality. If a girl has an experiment with her roommate in college, some people

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    sexual trends. Coming from the gender conception of heterosexuality, Beres only studied the negotiation of casual sex between men and women and the role of each gender in driving casual sex. She did not mention to the situation of homosexuality and bisexuality. Thus, the author started from highlighting the men’s privilege in negotiation of casual sex in Jasper, where she selected to do research because of its dense population of transients and seasonal workers. She reviewed three discourses outlined

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    lives to conservative ideas of clear defining lines between sexual categories and more conservative styles of dress; boys dressing like boys and girls dressing appropriately as girls. People of the nineties were not able to accept the fluidity of bisexuality because it does not fit in a clear-cut category; it entails all of them instead. Perhaps as we venture into a new century and millennium our society should start learning from the past so we can continue making steps forward instead of backtracking

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    Getting an education is essential to becoming a good social worker. Social workers need cultural competency in working with every type of population including people of different ethnicities, race, gender, sexually identity, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. We also need enough education in order to advocate and be comfortable advocating for our clients. Our LGBT clients go through obstacles that straight people will never have to go to such as fighting for the right to marry, getting

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    with a man before, because in their minds, women who have been with men are dirty and are tainted. It is also a belief among some lesbians that bisexual women are only saying they are bisexual in order to please heterosexual males. The belief that bisexuality isn’t a real and valid sexuality is most prevalent in the lesbian community. They often believe that these women are being “greedy” and “need to pick a

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    I Am Bisexual

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    now?  Bisexuality holds an interesting position when it comes to sexual minorities.  On one hand, it's seen as the ultimate liberation: "They'll do it with anyone...how hot!".  But when it comes to seeking mainstream social acceptance, we can be seen as the worst in sexual perversion: "They'll do it with anyone...how shameful!".  There are many theories and opinions on bisexuals, some I agree with, others do not fit my definition of being bisexual.  The important thing is that bisexuality is real

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    new generation and somehow, some churches accept them, but sadly, in the eyes of God it’s not. Copyright © 2002 - 2017 AllAboutGOD.com, All Rights Reserved. ITEM 4 The causes of homosexuality and bisexuality are controversial (people do not agree on them). Some people see homosexuality and bisexuality as a choice that a person makes. However, many modern scientists have theorized that homosexuality is not a choice. The causes of homosexuality are not all understood, but genetics and the effects

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    LGBT Pornography

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    & Restivo, A. (2004). The cultural-aesthetic specificities of all-male moving-image pornography. In L. Williams (Ed.), Porn studies (p. 142). London, England: Duke University Press. Kangasvuo, J. (2007). Insatiable sluts and almost gay guys: Bisexuality in porn magazines In S. Paasonen, K. Nikunen & L. Saarenmaa (Eds.), Pornification: Sex and sexuality in media culture (pp. 140-149). New York, NY: Berg. Kipnis, L. (1993). She-male fantasies and the aesthetics of pornography. In P. C. Gibson &

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    fact of his being a vampire automatically asserts him a ‘predator’, but his relationships are not exclusively homosexual. He is a vampire that merely does not differentiate between male and female prey, making his sexual orientation identify with bisexuality rather than only homosexual as Haggerty seems to suggest. In fact, in reference to the sexuality of her Vampires Rice defined them as bisexual herself by saying that ‘the imagination is bisexual’. Haggerty fails to mention any of the heterosexual

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