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Straight women often reject bisexual women out of fear they will make sexual overtures and try to “convert” them to being bisexual.
Read: Bisexual women are more likely to be depressed than bisexual men Bisexuality: an authentic sexual orientation Both the straight and gay communities seem to have only two possible models of bisexuality, neither of which represents bisexual people accurately.
Integrated bisexuals: have more than one primary relationship at the same time, one with a man and one with a woman.
Isolated bisexuals: 100% straight or gay now but have had one or more sexual experience with another gender in the past.
Latent bisexuals: completely straight or gay in behaviour but have a strong desire for sex with another gender, yet have never acted on it.
There are several theories about bisexual behaviour. They are: Alternative bisexuals: may have a relationship with a man and after that relationship ends, may choose a female partner for a subsequent relationship. Circumstantial bisexuals: primarily heterosexual, but will choose same-sex partners only in situations where they have no access to other-sex partners, such as when in jail, in the military, or in a gender-segregated school.
Concurrent relationship bisexuals: have primary relationship with one gender only but have other casual or secondary relationships with people of another gender at the same time.
People at 3 are approximately equally attracted to both men and women.