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Longitudinal Study on Female Bisexuality

The American Psychological Association has published a new study of bisexual women in the January 2008 issue of Developmental Psychology. This 10-year longitudinal study of 79 women provides emperical demonstration "that the distinction between lesbianism and bisexuality is a matter of degree rather than kind" while examining the nature of bisexuality (Diamond, 2008).

Read the full study:

Diamond, Lisa A. (2008) Female Bisexuality From Adolescence to Adulthood: Results From a 10-Year Longitudinal Study. Developmental Psychology, 44.1, 5-14.

Read about this study in other news sources:

Study: Female Bisexuality Distinct Orientation, Not a Phase (Fox News)

Bisexuality Not A Transitional Phase Among Women, According To New Research (Science Daily)

 

 


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