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Add in a historic breakdown of our democracy and the highest unemployment rates since , and it becomes easy to see how the pandemic caused a spike in global divorce and breakup rates. To let down your guards, making yourself vulnerable to harm? Still, we somehow found ourselves breaking down our walls and revisiting old conversation points. Of these conversations, one topic in particular loomed above me like a dark cloud.
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Marriage could be good for your health – unless you're bisexual
By Rachel Charlton-Dailey. As someone who has been openly bi for almost a decade now and has dated mostly men, this is something I hear far too often. In , a study published in the journal Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity suggested that lesbians and gay men see bisexual women as more attracted to men and perceived to be "inauthentic" in their attraction to women. I was always honest and open with my husband about my sexuality from the get-go. It was never a big deal to either of us though.
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I’m a Bisexual Woman in a Straight Relationship—and Yes, I Have the Right to Celebrate Pride
A large number of studies show that married people enjoy better health than unmarried people, such as lower rates of depression and cardiovascular conditions , as well as longer lives. However, these findings have been developed primarily based on data of heterosexual populations and different-sex marriages. Only more recently have a few studies looked into gay and lesbian populations and same-sex marriages to test if marriage is related to better health in these populations — and the evidence is mixed. Our study , published online on Sept.
A clinical sample of women who were currently or previously married were surveyed regarding demographics, homosexual experiences before marriage, problems in marriage, and sexual orientation. The average age of the 45 participants was Based upon Kinsey-type ratings, the sample could be described as almost exclusively heterosexual in behavior and fantasies before marriage. Some changes could be seen during marriage toward more of a homosexual orientation.
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