Do bisexual people really exist?
Of course we do! According to a comprehensive study by the William’s Institute at UCLA, of the 3.5% percent of the population that identified as LGBT in the survey countries, more than half were bisexual. That’s right, there are at least as many bisexual people as there are gays and lesbians combined – and that’s not even counting the nearly 75% of people who are bisexual by behavior but who choose to identify as straight, gay, or lesbian. Bisexuality has been measured and demonstrated in scientific studies, both in men and in women.
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