bi-curious

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bi-curious

adj
considering experimenting with bisexuality
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Musical highlights include Deep Sky Objects, Molly Sterling, Pillow Queens, Post Punk Podge, Bicurious and Just Mustard.
(a) Other sexual orientations included: asexual (n = 1), bicurious (n = 1), no label (n = 1), predominantly heterosexual (n = 2), pansexual (n = 1), queer (rr = 3), and unsure (n - 1).
'Girls trying with other girls, girls wanting to be with couples, couples wanting threesomes or the girl in the couple being bicurious. 80% of members would not class themeslves as swingers, as it's not a swapping thing.
Terms such as "queer," "pansexual," "fluid," "just sexual," "heteroflexible," "bicurious," not to mention "bisexual," seemed to be replacing "lesbian." It also seemed as if most, but not all, of the women who called themselves lesbian were white.
The constable is clearly entertained by their seemingly bland repartee: the constable "find [s Atherton] amusing," and his grin "grows wider" when Atherton refers to him as "this magnificent example of the metropolitan constabulary." The oddest moment, however, is Atherton's description of a pause in their conversation when they both look at each other in what could be construed as an instance of bicurious male Victorian cruising: after "I looked at him, and he looked at me, and then when we'd had enough of admiring each other's fine features and striking proportions," the men resume their interrogation of the "Arab's" possible movements (281).