What is Bisexuality?
Bisexuality is a sexual orientation directed towards both men and women.
Bisexuality is an affectional orientation towards both men and women.
Bisexuality, or "Bi", is a life experience or identity, whether the person is sexually active or not.
Bisexuality is feelings of sexual attraction or sexual behavior towards both men and women, but not necessarily to the same degree.
Bisexuality is the "B" in LGBT
Sexuality exists on a continuum. Not all of us are destined to be attracted to one gender or biological sex. There are different kinds of attachments: sexual, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. These may not be separable, but may overlap, leading to a variety of possible interpersonal interactions.
However, when we find ourselves outside of socially defined "norms", especially in terms of sexual expression, we may experience discrimination and bigotry. For Bisexuals this prejudice is called biphobia. Similar to homophobia, it is the fear and disapproval directed at bisexuals for real or perceived sexual transgressions with others of the same sex, or fear directed at self or loved-ones for potentially engaging in such sexual behaviors.
Bisexuality Counseling in my Denver GLBT therapy practice
Bisexuality Counseling is focused on first demystifying and exposing the myths of bisexuality. These include the misunderstandings or stereotypes that bisexuals are "confused", promiscuous (will have sex with anyone), use bisexuality as an excuse for adultery or polyamory, that bisexuals are equally attracted to either gender, or that everyone is a bisexual or no one is bisexual.
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Trained in marriage and family counseling, I see pre-marital, married, co-habitating, and gay and lesbian (GLBT) partners for couples counseling, in my Denver, Colorado mental health practice. As a certified sex therapist, I help couples deal with sexual and mental health issues such as low sexual desire, painful sex, sexual dysfunction, or sex/porn addiction. Click here to see more on couples therapy.
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Silence about sexual issues is the great killer of relationships. It is common for people to encounter sexual problems, at any age. Women may experience arousal and orgasm difficulties, low sex drive, or pain during intercourse, while men may struggle with erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and low libido. What is uncommon is for people to speak and do something about those problems before they irreparably damage their self-esteem and relationships. To learn more about Sex Therapy options, click here.
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