Jennifer Wilber is a writer, teacher, and bisexual rights activist from Ohio. How can you really be sure if what you are feeling is real? How can you really be sure if you are bisexual?
Bisexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attractionor sexual behavior toward both males and females,    or to more than one sex or gender. The term bisexuality is mainly used in the context of human attraction to denote romantic or sexual feelings toward both men and women,    and the concept is one of the three main classifications of sexual orientation along with heterosexuality and homosexualityall of which exist on the heterosexual—homosexual continuum. A bisexual identity does not necessarily equate to equal sexual attraction to both sexes; commonly, people who have a distinct but not exclusive sexual preference for one sex over the other also identify themselves as bisexual.
Bisexuality is one classification of sexual orientation. Millions of people across the world identify as being bisexual, and consider it a natural, fulfilling part of their lives. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be difficult to accept your bisexuality, especially if you're still coming to terms with it.
As a proud bisexual man, for years I've had to navigate the complicated gray area that my identity occupies on the sexuality spectrum. Despite all of the gains the LGBT community has made, bisexuals are still looked upon with confusion — or outright scorn — by gays, lesbians, and straight people alike. From people asking me if I was "full-blown gay yet" to others questioning my motivations, I've probably heard it all. Unfortunately, the binary thinking of those who deny bisexuality's existence ultimately oppresses everyone by perpetuating unflinching standards of identity, whether they be heteronormative or homonormative.
Skip navigation! Story from Queer Voices. That's a problem, and one that reflects how many people refuse to acknowledge that bisexuality exists at all, called "bi erasure.
There are still so many misconceptions about bisexualityand that's incredibly frustrating. They're probably just saying it to be 'edgy', or to turn straight guys on. It really never is a barrel of laughs to hear someone question your sexuality like that.
Another day, another study proving that people have some weird AF misconceptions about bisexuality. New research published in The Journal of Sex Research shows, like many other studies, that bisexual women are more likely to be thought of in a negative light than other women. The study asked heterosexual participants men and women to provide descriptions of heterosexual women, lesbians, and bisexual women.
Some people just know who they are, sexually, without question. If you're here because you're not one of them, welcome. And don't worry, because you won't be judged here. We just want to help you feel more confident and secure about yourself — in every aspect.
Though everyone's experience is different, there are a lot of myths about being bisexual that just aren't true. Amanda Curran. According to the Kinsey Scalesexuality is a spectrum.