The Male Bisexuality Debate Revisited: Some Bisexual Men Have Bisexual Arousal Patterns

@article{Rosenthal2012TheMB,
  title={The Male Bisexuality Debate Revisited: Some Bisexual Men Have Bisexual Arousal Patterns},
  author={A M Rosenthal and David Sylva and Adam Safron and J. Michael Bailey},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={2012},
  volume={41},
  pages={135-147}
}
Self-identified bisexual men report high sexual arousal to both male and female stimuli, but no study to date has compellingly demonstrated that such men have a bisexual pattern of genital arousal. We examined sexual arousal patterns among bisexual men recruited using stringent criteria designed to exclude those who were less likely to have sexual interest in both sexes. Furthermore, we included a bisexual stimulus depicting a man engaged in sex simultaneously with another man and a woman. On… 

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