Adjective "bisexual" definition and examples

(Bisexual may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/bʌɪˈsɛkʃʊəl/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Sexually attracted not exclusively to people of one particular gender; attracted to both men and women.
  1. 'At Phase 1, the target population would be screened for sexual orientation, thus identifying lesbian and bisexual women for the sample.'
  2. 'There's a lot more awareness and acceptance of gay and lesbian and bisexual lifestyles.'
  3. 'In all, this study adds to the small literature on what lesbian and bisexual women find attractive in body shape.'
  4. 'In addition, many such clients are bisexual in attractions and/or behavior.'
  5. 'In conclusion, this exploratory analysis highlights the importance of promoting HIV testing among gay, lesbian, and bisexual adolescents.'
  6. 'A strength of this book is that most of the authors took care to mention the relevance of the issue under discussion to gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth.'
Having characteristics of both sexes.
  1. 'Flowers are bisexual, protogynous and pollinated by insects.'
  2. 'The cone exhibits at least a partially bisexual character that appears to have pollen sacs with monosulcate ribbed pollen grains and sessile, asymmetric, and radiospermic ovules.'

noun

A person who is sexually attracted not exclusively to people of one particular gender.
  1. 'Myths and stereotypes about bisexuals abound.'
  2. 'Lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals represent a sexual minority, and like other minorities, they often face experiences of discrimination.'

More definitions

1. Biology. of both sexes. combining male and female organs in one individual; hermaphroditic.

2. noting or relating to a person who is romantically or sexually attracted to both men and women, or to people of various gender identities; ambisexual. noun

3. Biology. an animal or plant that has the reproductive organs of both sexes.

4. a person who is romantically or sexually attracted to both men and women, or to people of various gender identities; ambisexual.|-

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be bisexual."

"males can be bisexual."

"lives can be bisexual."

"contacts can be bisexual."

"weeks can be bisexual."

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