The movie industry, for its part, has released at least five films on sex addiction in the past five years, six if you count both parts of Lars von Trier’s But even now, sex addiction seems to exist in parallel realities: one in which millions of people are struggling with it, and another in which it is barely studied and not even clinically recognized.Research has yet to confirm that extreme sexual behavior really is addictive in the same neuroscientific sense that, for instance, habitual heroin use appears to be.But bisexuals don't need science — or the approval of those attracted to only one gender — to prove that they exist. Many may even have identified as bi for a time while they were still making sense of their own orientation. Bisexual people are not automatically more promiscuous than any other person — gay or straight. Bisexual people cheat, and so do people who identify as straight, gay, trans, or anything else. While polyamory might appear more prevalent in the queer community, there is no hard data that ties polyamory more directly to bisexuals than people of any other orientation. Being attracted to both genders doesn't have anything to do with commitment.
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There's no health coverage for it, no medication, and for those trapped in its strange and unrelenting spell, no easy way out.
SEX ADDICTION— diagnosing it, treating it, portraying it on-screen—is big business.
In no particular order, here are a few of the most tiresome lies society really needs to stop telling about bisexual people. Some people simply can't fathom a sexuality in which individuals are attracted to more than one gender.
You can test the waters, but you eventually must pick a side the thinking goes. Yes, it's true that plenty of gays and lesbians used bisexuality as a way to soften the blow of coming out to conservative parents.
Being intimate with someone of the same sex doesn't mean you're gay, just like being intimate with someone of the opposite sex doesn't mean you're straight — it just means you fall somewhere in the beautiful, fluid spectrum of sexuality.