(noun) Sexual or emotional attraction to both males and females.
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- A (adjective) bisexual individual is not necessarily attracted to both sexes at the same time or in the same manner and extent.
- Biphobia is a “fear” of bisexual individuals and bicuriosity (bi-curiosity or bicuriousity) is an expressed or unexpressed sexual or emotional interest in both men and women.
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