вЂњTRANSITIONALвЂќ OR вЂњPATHOLOGICALвЂќ MODELS?
Both the right and gay/lesbian communities appear to possess just two feasible different types of bisexuality, neither of which represents bisexual people accurately. The first is the model that isвЂњtransitional of bisexuality, thinking that most bisexuals are actually homosexual or lesbian but are simply on the road to fundamentally being released as gay. One other could be the вЂњpathological modelвЂќ, that bisexuals are neurotic or mentally unstable whether they are straight or gay/lesbian, and that they just canвЂ™t make a decision because they are in conflict trying to decide. Both models see bisexuality as a short-term experience or a вЂњphaseвЂќ created away from confusion as opposed to a geniune orientation that is sexual. Some see bisexuality as inherently subversive since it blurs the boundaries, confronting both heterosexuals and men that are gay lesbian women with intimate ambiguity. Because of this, bisexuality challenges principles of sex, old-fashioned relationship and household structures, monogamy, sex, and identity. Bisexuals cannot conform to either the homosexual or right globe or they might never be bisexual. Rather they must re invent personal ethics though they donвЂ™t fit anyone elseвЂ™s rules for themselves, and create responsible lifestyles and relationships that serve their needs even. Continue reading “Both the right and communities that are gay/lesbian to own only two feasible types of bisexuality”