bisexual person

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Noun1.bisexual person - a person who is sexually attracted to both sexes
sensualist - a person who enjoys sensuality
androgyne, epicene, epicene person, gynandromorph, hermaphrodite, intersex - one having both male and female sexual characteristics and organs; at birth an unambiguous assignment of male or female cannot be made
pseudohermaphrodite - someone having external genitalia of one sex and internal sex organs of the other sex; not a true hermaphrodite because there is no ambiguity in the sex of the external genitalia and hence no question about gender at birth
switch-hitter - slang term for a bisexual person
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Once the curiosity to experiment appears in the bisexual person, he/she will face the second phase, which comprises some of the obstacles that may obstruct the way to the acknowledgement and acceptance of bisexuality.
She was also the first openly bisexual person elected to Congress in 2012.
Even if a bisexual person cheats, it's hardly evidence that bisexuality leads a person to infidelity--no more than my cheating is evidence that homosexuality makes homosexuals cheat.
Another incident was aimed at a bisexual person and another three at transgender people.
Three of the main characters include a bisexual person and a lesbian couple.
If you're a bisexual person with an opposite-sex partner who does not actively identify as bi, you disappear into presumed heterosexuality.
Senate; Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) became the first openly bisexual person elected to the U.S.
As a bisexual person, I felt like I had a unique opportunity to create a show which could demystify stereotypes about bisexuality and also create a bridge between the straight and gay communities.” In 2008, the Bilicious Show opened in the National Queer Arts Festival to rave reviews as the only featured bisexual event.
The study found 27% would have a problem with a gay, lesbian or bisexual person living next door.
These models differ from those of gay and lesbian identity development in that, to a certain extent, confusion may be an inherent and continual part of an individual's self-identity as a bisexual person. According to these theoretical models, bisexual identity development involves moving from an initial state of confusion to finding, applying, and then settling into a bisexual lifestyle that is consistent with one's values and personal perspectives.
De l e g a t e Es t h e r Sassaman, of Govan SNP branch in Glasgow said: "Even though I'm a respectable married woman I am, indeed, a bisexual person.
In some ways, a bisexual person is very attuned to that because they spend a lot of time in mainstream circumstances and, in some ways, relate to that and have that sense of entitlement.

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