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09 November 2011

Bisexual women more likely to be depressed

Bisexual women are more likely than their male counterparts to suffer from depression and stress and to binge-drink.

Bisexual women are more likely than their male counterparts to suffer from depression and stress and to binge-drink, according to a new national study led by George Mason University researcher Lisa Lindley.

She has some theories. "Bisexuals are often invisible," she says of bisexual women. "There's a lot of prejudice against them. They're told 'You're confused – pick one.'

 
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