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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.
And while coming out is an intensely personal decision, the strategies of some should not invalidate the identities of the majority, for whom bisexuality wasn't a "stepping stone" but the final, concrete destination. Being attracted to more than one gender does provide more potential partners, but it doesn't increase one's likelihood of physically or emotionally connecting with said potential partner. A person's sexuality or gender identity doesn't make them cheat. Pursuing that type of relationship structure isn't attached to any given sexuality. Alan Cumming addressed this misconception in a candid interview last year. Men who have sex with men are at a disproportionate risk of HIV infection. In fact, the San Francisco Human Rights Commission released a 50-page report in 2011 on bi invisibility within the LGBT population, proving that the phenomenon is alive and well.
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