There is no actual definition of where bi-curious behavior begins and ends, and research is just as unhelpful on this subject.
In a recent Marie Claire sexuality survey, 55% admitted that they would have sex with another woman, but only if nobody found out.
This finding contradicts the American Psychiatric Association’s viewpoint that there is no evidence suggesting that sexual orientation can change.
It is reasonably clear that nobody actually knows what the real deal is.
Bisexuality, by definition, is a sexual and emotional attraction to both genders.
Many women (and some men) who consider themselves to be straight are partaking in a societal trend that encourages them to experiment and explore same-sex activities.