Shedding new light on sexuality in U. And almost 7 percent say they're gay or bisexual compared to 4 percent of men. Although these numbers have inched up in recent years, researchers have long noted that women exhibit more flexibility in their sexual preferences than men. The findings, based on surveys completed from to , provide an up-to-date look at how this is playing out in younger people. Stephanie Sanders, an associate director of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University, said the findings point to another trend: more women describing themselves as bisexual. Almost 6 percent of women surveyed voiced bisexual tendencies, compared to slightly more than 1 percent who said they were lesbian.
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Now the federal Centers for Disease Control is examining how one group, known as men on the "down low," could be spreading the disease among black women. Men on the down low have sex with other men while keeping a heterosexual public identity. Recent books and articles about black men on the DL, as it is also called, have raised concerns that they pass HIV to unsuspecting wives and girlfriends. But because the down low is defined by secrecy, almost nothing is known about the number of men of any race who are on the down low, how many have HIV or AIDS, or their sexual activity. At a time when black women are being diagnosed with HIV at a rate 20 times that of white women, five CDC studies will be among the first to try to learn how many white, black, Asian and Latino men fit the down-low profile; identify how, if at all, being on the down low differs from being "in the closet," and determine whether down-low men have a role in infecting women with HIV.
Gay or Bisexual Black Men Have 50 Percent Risk of HIV
For many bisexual Black men, a falsified reputation precedes them, and most mainstream images of Black male sexuality do very little to help. Masked by their characters in a video game, the two men——one of whom is married to a woman, the other, dates women——live out their fantasies in simulated bodies via virtual reality from a video game. Stereotypes aside, studies on Black male bisexuality tell a different story.
The average American has just a 1 percent risk of ever being infected with the AIDS virus, but gay and bisexual black men have a 50 percent risk, according to new federal data. A quarter of Latino gay and bisexual men will be infected over their lifetimes, the new analysis from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds. At every age, males had a higher estimated lifetime risk than females. In many other parts of the world the sexually transmitted infection hits young women the hardest. HIV is also spread in blood, from mothers to their babies and in shared needles.