Article has been translated in Slovak here. But there are still subsets of the queer community that are being ignored or ridiculed , even from within the community itself. We ask them all kinds of questions to illustrate just how skeptical we are that this queer phenomenon could actually exist, so skeptical that science has had to step in to prove that yes, this is actually a thing. So, for the sake of respecting personal choice, here are eight questions that we should probably — no, definitely — stop asking. For some reason, bisexuality is associated with an insatiable libido and non-stop orgies with—well—everyone. But just because someone is sexually attracted to two or more genders does not mean that they are endlessly seeking to get them in bed and especially not at the same time! Most bisexual people simply do not restrict their relationships to one gender; bisexuality, just like homo- and heterosexuality, is also about both romantic and sexual attraction and opens you up to the beautiful love that multiple genders can offer.
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The answer varies, depending upon who is asking the question. 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 other-sex attractions on the other. Bisexuality, then, must fall somewhere in the middle.