Lay Conceptions of Sexual Minority Groups.

@article{Burke2016LayCO,
  title={Lay Conceptions of Sexual Minority Groups.},
  author={Sara E Burke and Marianne LaFrance},
  journal={Archives of sexual behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={635-50}
}
Bisexual people are often implored to "pick a side," implying that bisexuality is both more controllable and less desirable than heterosexuality or homosexuality. Bisexual people's status as a social group perceived to fall between a traditionally advantaged group and a traditionally disadvantaged group may have the potential to clarify lay conceptions of sexual orientation. We examined participants' views of groups varying in sexual orientation by randomly assigning participants (including… CONTINUE READING
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