Wednesday, August 24, 2011
NIH study finds that "true" bisexuality in men really exists
A study published in the Journal of Biological Psychology from NIH (abstract link) verifies that for males, “bisexuality” is a real thing. Some researchers have said that women are much more likely to be “variable” than men, but Kinsey scores of 3 or 4 really do happen, according to physiological measurements obtained from volunteer test subjects shown various images.
It should not be surprising, since many gay men who have come out later in life have been married and had children “biologically”. Curiosity or compulsiveness is probably not the same thing as real attraction.
The CNN story is here.
There is a New York Times story from Ann Carns that no longer displays content.