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Recently researchers at Cornell University concluded that men are never 100pc straight.
By measuring eye dilation when exposed to both male and female solo pornography, they came to the conclusions that "straight people do not exist." The concept, of men's sexuality being a spectrum, is nothing new.
Some men want to get naked with each other but draw the line at touching.
Some men might want to have sex with a man but wouldn’t dream of a relationship. The problem historically has been that if you don’t fall in to that latter category of ‘no attraction to women’, you take your chances and call yourself straight.
However, the bisexual community doesn’t appear to have a place to call their own.
Slade told SDGLN that he created the event through the social gathering app because the community was in need of a forum where bisexuals-plus can, “get together and be positive about their sexuality.”Over several years of attending social gatherings there was one thing he kept hearing over and over again, "I wish there was a 'Bi Bar' where you could go and be social and just , without having to worry about being called strange for checking out both boys and girls."He says creating the Bi Bar gathering was a great way to address this void in the San Diego LGBT community.
I feel that the fun thing is really, really important to the concept of Bi Bar.”Bi Bar is not a physical place, rather it is a monthly social gathering in which members decide where to go for an evening at various San Diego venues.
They are 100-percent accepting of however you choose to self-identify; Slade says they don’t use labels.“We also strive to be trans, poly, kink, disability friendly, size-accepting, and culturally diverse,” he adds.
What this really comes down to is society not understanding men well enough, in particular how their sexuality works.
According to the survey, 49 percent of bi men are not out to anyone at work, compared to seven per cent of gay men and four per cent of lesbians.
Bisexuality is nothing new, documented in artwork as far back as Ancient Greece and seen just about everywhere in the animal kingdom.
These findings blur the lines around what is straight, bi or gay.
Once we realise that male sexuality is a spectrum, we can see that some men might think another man is attractive but that is as far as it would go.