Discrimination against bisexuals Active prejudice towards bisexuality Prejudicial treatment of bisexual people
The ability to respond homosexually as well as heterosexually may cause psychological conflict since bisexuals rarely have a balanced preference for both male and female and their inclinations may be encouraged or deflated by circumstance. Bisexuals may suffer from a guilt complex and struggle to keep up a normal sexual relationship in marriage in spite of a strong homosexual preference. Bisexuality indicates an inability to commit oneself to a one-to-one relationship and may indicate other character defects.
Bisexuality is found most frequently among criminals and adolescents.
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