Someone who is bi-curious does not identify as bisexual, but has an interest in both men and women to one degree or another. Someone who is bi-curious may identify as heterosexual or homosexual. In most cases, as a heterosexual person.
Like almost all attempts to define sexuality, there is some dispute over when the label of bi-curious is appropriate. However, it is typically accepted that a person can be considered bi-curious if:
- They are contemplating, intrigued by, or otherwise attracted to the thought of crossing the boundaries of their typical sexual orientation and pursuing a romantic and/or sexual relationship with a member of the same sex (if their sexual orientation is heterosexual) or someone of the opposite sex (if their sexual orientation is homosexual).
- A person is seriously considering identifying as bisexual, but has yet to do so.
- ↑ http://www.lesbianworlds.com/glossary/def_bicurious.htm
- ↑ http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bi-curious
 Related References
 See also
 External links
- The N Society: “Bi-Sexuality: The Myth and the Mayhem”
- Metroactive Features | Bisexual Community: Bi & Bi - Bisexuals have found a new dating scene online. But will this newfound community lead to a political identity?
- happen, match.com's advice center: Are all straight women bi-curious?
- Laurie Essig, Salon Magazine: “Heteroflexibility”
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