Bisexuality becomes the next-most common identity

The study found that bisexuality is the next-most common identity after being heterosexual. Survey respondents from Generation Z – those aged 16 to 26 – are least likely to identify as straight.

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LGBT charity Stonewall, which commissioned the study, said the findings told a “positive story” but said more needed to be done to help bisexual people feel safe.

The study asked 16 to 75-year-olds about their gender identity, sexual orientation and attraction.

Three polls were carried out through the market research company YouGov between July and September 2019 in Britain, America and Australia.

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More than 100,000 people took part in total. In Britain, almost 4,000 people were surveyed.

In Britain, the study found that:

– 78% of people identified as heterosexual

– 6% said they were gay or lesbian

– 5% said they were bisexual

– 3% said they were “something else”

– 1% did not answer the question.

In America, the study found that:

– 74% of people identified as heterosexual

– 7% said they were gay or lesbian

– 5% said they were bisexual

– 3% said they were “something else”

– 2% did not answer the question.

In Australia, the study found that:

– 79% of people identified as heterosexual

– 4% said they were gay or lesbian

– 5% said they were bisexual

– 2% said they were “something else”

– 1% did not answer the question.

LGBT charity Stonewall, which commissioned the study, said the findings told a “positive story” but said more needed to be done to help bisexual people feel safe.

The study found that bisexuality is the next-most-common identity after being heterosexual. Survey respondents from Generation Z – those aged 16 to 26 – are least likely to identify as straight.

According to the study, more people identify as bisexual than gay or lesbian. The poll suggests that bisexuality is the next-most-common identity after being heterosexual.

By understanding the prevalence of bisexuality and the unique experiences and needs of bisexual people, we can create a more inclusive world for everyone.

What do you think of the findings? Do you identify as bisexual? How do you feel about the visibility of bisexuality? Let us know in the comments below.

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