According to a recent article in the New York Times, the admission of British Olympic diver Tom Daley that he was dating a man but that he still likes women reignited a long-time debate within the gay community about bisexuality. Is it possible for a gay man or woman to also be attracted to a member of the opposite sex? And is being bisexual a cop-out for a man or woman who simply is afraid to admit that he or she is gay? Is it “easier” for a woman to be bi-sexual than it is for a man?
On January 14, 2014, Dr. Brian Dodge, Associate Professor in the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington and Associate Director of the IU Center for Sexual Health Promotion recently discussed his current research on Radio Times, a Delaware based station tackling issues concerning listeners around the nation. Dr. Dodge presented his research focusing on sexual health among bisexual men and women, as well as a recent study examining heterosexual and gay/lesbian individuals' attitudes toward bisexual men and women in the United States.
The full interview can be heard online.