Tag Archives: bisexual research

More women than men?

New Zealand’s first major sexual health survey shows same-gender sexual attraction is more common among women than men. The 2014/15 New Zealand Health Survey: Sexual and Reproductive Health Module (these things always have a catchy title) looked at sexual attraction, sexual behaviour and sexual identity. The survey had some 10,168 respondents aged 16-74 years. It’s all about women and men […]

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Different for bis: the latest bi research

The NUS has published a new report on experiences of sexual violence in further education in the UK. The report used two approaches to understand students’ experiences of sexual harassment and violence: a survey of 544 UK-based students in further education and three focus groups at further education colleges. It highlights particularly disturbing findings over bisexual students’ experiences. They say: […]

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Different For Bis – All the latest bi research

February 2017 edition This year’s Stonewall Workplace Equality Index is out – a report based on monitoring of employers’ work on LGBT inclusion and representation, and a parallel survey completed by some 91,000 employees at companies and organisations. It’s important when reading the results to remember that it reflects around 400 workplaces which are actively working to be more inclusive […]

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