Saturday, March 22, 2014

NY Times article explores bisexuality study

Benoit Denizet-Lewis has a long article March 20 in the New York Times, “A scientific quest to prove bisexuality exists”, link here
  
Bisexuality was not supposed to be as common in men and women, as Kinsey fives and sixers rule the roost.  The study in the article made use of pupilometrics, which could become quite invasive (mentioned in the 1974 film “The Parallax View”).
  
Clive Barker explored bisexuality enough in his colossal 1991 novel “Imajica”, and there are renewed rumors of a movie.
  
The character Nolan Ross (wiki) in ABC’s Revenge is said to be bisexual – and perhaps proves that Asperger’s can triumph.  Nolan, despite his quirkiness, is said to have a strong sense of morality, and seems capable in all practical situations, flying a drone in the air or with water rescues, and getting out of trouble in many episodes.   

Pictures:  Dominions from Clive Barker's novel.  


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