The reality is that probably every area needs to evolve - the media, education and as we've all become so obsessed with celebrities, a Hollywood star or two to help along the way. However many people lie somewhere in that sizeable grey area between the two, and it seems that more young people than ever are realising they are in that number: Ward explained to me that straight men would be more likely to have a relationship with a bisexual woman than women are with a bisexual man. By the time of the last survey, 7. Is the Jacob Rees-Mogg Britpop parody the best viral political video ever?
Until these things happen it's likely nothing will change and bi-phobia will continue to rule.
So where do these preconceptions come from? Perhaps the reason same-sex experimentation remains more controversial for men than women can be put down to the fact that, for whatever reason, men often feel ashamed or guilty when faced with a desire to try a few new things out. I went back to my anonymous friends online. One idea looks at the very fundamentals of both masculinity and femininity. Ward argues that it is largely down to both our culture and to the media. It seems that the anonymity of an online persona, in a community of like-minded people - such as a forum - is comforting enough for some people to vocalise their experiences. Nick Arnold 26 May
However many people lie somewhere in that sizeable grey area between the two, and it seems that more young people than ever are realising they are in that number: I reached out to some straight-identified people who have sexually experimented, but found people reluctant to talk. I wanted to see if this was true. One idea looks at the very fundamentals of both masculinity and femininity. Another study looked at same-sex experiences in Americans between and