- n. Plural form of bisexual.
“Your intolerance of bisexuals is especially troubling, considering that they, too, are part of the cause.”
“Brown singled out the lesbians, gays and bisexuals from the Army, Navy and Air Force who attended the event in uniform.”
“There are some people -- such as bisexuals -- who have some degree of choice over their sexual preference and some people who do not.”
“There are some people -- such as bisexuals -- who have some degree of choice over their sexual preference and some people who do not”
“If same-sex relationships acquire marital-type status in the law, other groups, such as bisexuals and polygamists will demand the right to redefine marriage.”
“He claimed there was no such thing; that a person was either heterosexual or homosexual, and "bisexuals" were homosexuals who were afraid to commit.”
“Those "bisexuals" at Yale are people that claim to be able to go either way, but absent any encouragment to be straight, and with heavy pressure to not be homophobic, and surrounded by pornography and propaganda, wind up gay.”
“The problem is that they name bisexuals as a threat, which doesn’t really make sense.”
“Robert, NYC says: One of the reasons why so many so called "bisexuals" marry the ...”
“The group spoke about the myths and misconceptions of bisexuality, such as bisexuals being in a phase, and how persons who identify as bisexual or queer can maintain their identities in both a queer and straight environment.”
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