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Forging your identity in this world is hard work. Bisexuality is often known for being invisible at best and dismissed as confusion at worst. Despite how simple it sounds, it seems to be confusing some people in practice — and when layered beneath subconscious biases and assumptions on womanhood, you end up with a whole host of totally false misconceptions. A bisexual man is often thought of as just…gay which isn't correct , and the opposite is true of women. You must be both romantically and sexually attracted to women to be considered bisexual. What if I just like having sex with the same sex?
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Many people feel that they are not percent gay, straight, or bisexual. Some people may not identify with any of these labels, and that is OK too. It also is possible to not feel any sexual attraction. This sometimes is described as being asexual.
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Lesbian and bisexual girls may not be taking steps to protect themselves during sex with other females, a study finds. A focus group was made up of sexually and non-sexually active American teenage girls between 14 and 18 years of age. The study found the teens also didn't know what tools, such as dental dams, are available to them for protection. The was done in conjunction with the Centre for Innovative Public Health an American non-profit that develops technology-based health interventions for sexual minority youths.
Brittany M. Teenagers who are of a sexual minority are at increased risk of teen pregnancy, with those who identify as bisexual having a nearly fivefold increased risk of becoming pregnant, according to research published in Pediatrics. According to Brittany M. Chan School of Public Health, and colleagues, teenagers who identify as mostly heterosexual or lesbian have approximately a doubled risk of teen pregnancy.