The bisexuality dating dilemma

Sep 24, 2019 by

By Ben Hunte, LGBT correspondent, BBC: Bisexual Visibility Day has been celebrated on 23 September for the last 20 years. However, at a time of seemingly wider LGBT acceptance, is society actually accepting of the “B”? Some people who identify as bisexual have told the BBC of issues they regularly come across when trying to live openly as bisexual individuals. They have experienced abusive relationships, disrespect in the workplace, and discrimination on dating apps just because of...

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Why DO so many young people say they’re bisexual?

Nov 1, 2016 by

by Antonia Hoyle, Mailonline: […] According to recent figures from the Office for National Statistics, the number of British people defining themselves as bisexual has risen 45 per cent in just three years. This alleged increase is most notable in the young — for the first time, more 16 to 24-year-olds describe themselves as bisexual than those who say they are gay or lesbian combined. A survey by YouGov last year found that half of young people declared themselves as something other...

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Bisexual identity overtaking gay and lesbian in Britain, official stats show

Oct 6, 2016 by

by John Bingham, Telegraph: The number of British people defining themselves as “bisexual” has jumped by 45 per cent in just three years, according new official estimates. For the first time, more young people in the UK describe themselves as bisexual than gay or lesbian combined, the figures from the Office for National Statistics show. It is the latest evidence pointing to a shift in attitudes towards sexuality, with increasing numbers viewing their own position as somewhere on a spectrum...

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Stonewall’s Abby Crawford responds to that controversial Metro article

Aug 29, 2016 by

by Abby Crawford, Diva Magazine There has been a lot of focus on bisexuality in the news recently. One article published earlier this week asked the question “Would you date a bisexual man?” before presenting the reader with an argument ‘for’ and ‘against’. Some people, myself included, asked a counter question of the news site responsible for publishing the article – would they ask the same question about someone from another minority background?...

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