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6 This helps us describe the range of "bisexualities" in our study. " However, we did not include anyone who did not also have significant sexual feelings for, and/or behaviors with, partners of both sexes because we wanted to understand how our subjects integrated their bisexuality into the rest of their lives. Multidimensionality— The Elements of Sexual Preference Kinsey used two elements, behavior and subjective response, to classify people sexually, but he combined them in one scale. Researches since Kinsey have recognized that sexual preference is too elusive a phenomenon to be captured in this way.

Having the support of a bisexual counselor. Someone who acted as somewhat of a mentor. [He] validated my frustration. . , helped me do problem solving, and guide[d] me to other supportive experiences like SFSI. Just engaging myself in a supportive social community. (M) The majority of the people we came to know through the interviews seemed settled in their sexual identity. 1). Ninety percent said that they did not think they were currently in transition from being homosexual to being heterosexual or from being heterosexual to being homosexual.

No sense of sexual identity jelled; an aspect of themselves remained unclassifiable. When I was young, I didn't know what I was. " I knew I wasn't like either one. (M) I thought I had to be either gay or straight. That was the big lie. It was confusing. . That all began to change in the late 60s. It was a long and slow process. . (F) Finally, others suggested they experienced a great deal of confusion because of their "homophobia"—their difficulty in facing up to the same-sex component of their sexuality.

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