Study shows women's bisexuality to be "stable identity"

01/18/2008 | USA Today

Women who identify as bisexual are attracted to both genders over a period of time, and not merely going through a phase, a new study has found. The findings, which are being published in the American Psychological Association's Developmental Psychology journal, are based on a study in which researcher Lisa Diamond, starting in 1995, interviewed 79 women every two years. "These findings are therefore more consistent with the model of bisexuality as a stable identity than a transitional stage," according to the report.

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