But remember, as with any group, you get out of it what you put in!JOINING am Bi: am Bi is a private Meetup and you will need to be approved by an Organizer in order to join.Individuals who do not experience sexual attraction to either sex are known as asexual.According to Alfred Kinsey's research into human sexuality in the mid-20th century, many humans do not fall exclusively into heterosexual or homosexual classifications but somewhere between. The Kinsey scale measures sexual attraction and behavior on a seven-point scale ranging from 0 (exclusively heterosexual) to 6 (exclusively homosexual).I was also interested in how heteronormative pressures are going to push people down that heterosexual path, particularly if that path is also the path of least resistance.Those relationships are more easily available.”Essentially, if you live in a small town, you may not find as many women to date as men, or maybe there’s so much homophobia, you know you won’t find acceptance.
If you're interested in expanding your sense of bisexuality, getting to know good people from every part of this expansive metropolis, and doing all sorts of interesting and fulfilling events - all while hanging out with fellow bis - then this group is for you.
Bisexuality has been observed in various human societies Despite common misconceptions, bisexuality does not require that a person be attracted equally to both sexes.
In fact, people who have a distinct but not exclusive preference for one sex over the other may still identify themselves as bisexual.
If a child comes out as lesbian or gay and then decides to also date people of the same gender, try not to get too hung up on figuring out which label to apply.
Be the supportive person in their life and educate yourself if (when) something comes up that you don’t understand.
For those of you unfamiliar, Schrödinger’s Cat is a quantum mechanics paradox in which (more detailed explanation by a super smart person here) things exist in more than one superposition until observed; at that point setting into a single state. The same is true for bisexual women, except there are generally fewer stigmas attached to this segment of the population (more on that in future posts).