Women say bisexual men ‘are better lovers and better fathers than straight partners
Women in relationships with bisexual men say they're better lovers
Some women also believe their bisexual partner was a better father
The study was conducted in a bid to reduce stigma and stereotypes
Women in relationships with bisexual men say their partners are better lovers and fathers than straight men.
School of Health and Social Development interviewed 78 Australian women
who had been in relationships with bi-sexual men to gain an insight
into the families, intimacies and dynamics between the couple.
study, conducted by senior lecturer Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, is now
the basis of a new book, Women In Relationships with Bisexual Men - Bi
Men by Women.
A number of women in relationships with bisexual men say they make better lovers than straight men
women interviewed were aged 19 to 65 and had been in monogamous, open
and polyamorous marital and de facto relationships with bisexual men.
The research also wanted to throw out stereotypes society may place on bisexual men.
The women also believe their bisexual partners make better fathers than heterosexuals
The study was conducted to gain an insight into the relationships between bisexual men and women
this research and book it is my hope that we can stop presenting only
the stereotypical story about MOREs: that all bisexual men are
untrustworthy and have secret affairs; that all bisexual men transmit
HIV and STI to women; that all bisexual men are abusive to their women
partners,' said Dr Pallotta-Chiarolli.
In fact, it was the contrary.
we found these issues are certainly out there and we don't shy away
from discussing them, we need to lift the stigma for the women who
choose to be in relationships with bisexual men and indeed say that
bisexual men make better lovers and fathers,' said Pallota-Chiarolli.