Ace people may describe themselves using one or more of a wide variety of terms, including, but not limited to, asexual, aromantic, demis and grey-As. Bi people may describe themselves using one or more of a wide variety of terms, including, but not limited to, bisexual, pan, queer, and other non-monosexual identities. The fear or dislike of someone who identifies as bi based on prejudice or negative attitudes, beliefs or views about bi people. Biphobic bullying may be targeted at people who are, or who are perceived to be, bi. Someone whose gender identity is the same as the sex they were assigned at birth.
Some identify as bisexual, while others use pansexual, queer, fluid, or no label at all to describe their attractions to more than one gender. Is bisexuality defined by identity, behavior, attractions — or some combination of these? Where does bisexuality begin and end? Human sexuality is sometimes seen as a continuum, with same-sex attractions on one end and different-sex attractions on the other, a notion popularized by the Kinsey scale. Bisexuality, then, must fall somewhere in the middle. But where?
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A new study provides more evidence that heterosexual women are just as likely to be aroused by erotic stimuli featuring men as erotic stimuli featuring women. But that does not appear to be the case for homosexual women. The new neuroimaging research, published recently in Scientific Reports , found that gay and straight women had different brain responses to sexually-arousing stimuli. But there was not a strong difference between the brain responses of straight and bisexual women.