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Seeking participants for a study

Christopher Brophy, a PhD student,   is seeking participants for their study being undertaken with the University of Tasmania. Brief details: LGBTIQ…D? Do you identify as a person with a disability and as Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans*, Intersex and/or Queer? You … Continue reading

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Biphobic attitudes in young people – US study

Recognition of bisexuality being valid seems to be increasing but we still have a ways to go according to this US research, which suggests that biphobia or monosexism continues to be an issue amongst younger generations and especially for those that … Continue reading

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Recent US research still making waves

Last week we posted an article on bisexuality published in the LA Times that included some of the results from the recently published Pew survey of LGBT Americans. Some of these findings has also been cited in an article published … Continue reading

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Some research guidelines when studying bisexuality

We would like to see the quality of research that includes people who are attracted to more than one gender improved in a number of ways. The research guidelines developed by BiUK is a good place to start. We believe … Continue reading

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Research article on positive aspects of being bi

Researchers asked people who identify as bi about the positive aspects of this identification for them. The article was published in Psychology and Sexuality (2010, Volume 1, Issue 2) and can be accessed for free. The abstract is as follows: … Continue reading

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