Bisexual behavior in women
Of 1, subjects enrolled between and , volunteers who reported at admission having sexual relations with men and women during the previous six months were selected. A behavioral risk index, called Horizonte Risk Index, was estimated. It incorporates a constant assigned to each type of unprotected sexual act, adjusted for the number of sexual encounters. During the six months prior to the study, median number of casual male partners 4 was higher than both casual female partners 2 and steady male or female partners 1. Bisexual men display different sexual and protective behavior according to gender and steadiness of relationships, and female steady partners had more unprotected encounters. Key words: HIV infections, transmission.
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Study finds higher rates of sexual violence among bisexual women
Mar 27 Lea Rose Emery 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. They also were presented with descriptions of two characters on a date and asked to give an evaluation.
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See the PDF for an alternate format. PDF by Karen Schantz In adolescence, when sexual exploration is new, many people have both male and female sexual partners. Regardless of their identity or orientation, youth can be vulnerable to pregnancy involvement. Sexual health programs are often slightly adapted so that abstinence and STD education will be inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT youth.
These shocking statistics come from "Why Us? Johnson proposes multiple factors that contribute to why bi women experience higher rates of sexual violence when compared to lesbian and straight women, as well as why bi women may have worse mental health outcomes following sexual violence. She outlines three factors as the main contributors: substance use, hypersexualization, and biphobic harassment. According to her research, bi women struggle with substance use not only more than straight women, but also more than lesbians.
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