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Invisibility, Alienation, and Misperceptions: The Experience of Being Bisexual
Invisibility, alienation, and misperceptions: The experience of being bisexual
Maria D.CarrubbaMiami University

I realized that I was attracted to women during my master's program. I was at a gay bar, which I had been to numerous times before, and had an intense attraction to a female bartender. I was in my mid-20s, had a long history of dating men, and had never questioned my sexual orientation. Until that time, my understanding of sexual orientation was the two-box explanation: a person was either straight or gay, and, since I was attracted to men, I had to be straight. Once I realized that I was definitely attracted to this woman, and I was also still attracted to men, it changed ...

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