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07/05/2005

Bi now, gay later?

by Jeremy Hooper

Today's NY Times reports on a study conducted by a team of psychologists in Toronto and Chicago, suggesting that bisexuality in men may not actually exist. The researchers claim that a majority of the males in their study who identify as bisexual were in fact aroused by only one sex, usually other men.

   Relatedly, our own study of the 1998-2001 not-quite-a hit ABC sitcom "Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place" suggests that all three main characters were actually more aroused by hamburgers.

Straight, Gay or Lying? Bisexuality Revisited [NYTimes.com]

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