June 24, 2011

New Study on Attitudes Toward Bisexuals {featured resource}

Kinsey Confidential
The Center for Sexual Health Promotion is recruiting participants for their new study examining attitudes toward bisexual men and women.

Explains the project coordinator for the Center about the background for the survey:
Alfred Kinsey was the first to acknowledge that sexuality may be fluid rather than simply dichotomous ... However, attitudes toward bisexuality have been varied, with some believing it is just a transition period before one comes out as gay or lesbian and others strongly disagreeing with this idea and being more accepting of the range of sexual and relationship preferences that exist.
Research on sexuality across cultures has shown that substantial numbers of men and women report bisexuality, or sexual or intimate activity with both genders, during their lifetime ... However, as yet, valid and reliable scales have not been developed to assess attitudes toward bisexual men and women in diverse populations.
Women and men who are at least 18 years of age are invited to participate. The survey will not take longer than 20 minutes. To participate, click here.


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