The year-old actor, who will reprise his Tony Award-winning role as the Emcee in the Broadway revival of "Cabaret" opposite Michelle Williams , told the publication that he still identifies as bisexual despite being married to his husband , Grant Shaffer. The "Good Wife" veteran, who tied the knot with Shaffer in , also sounded off on marriage equality: "I have also been married before to a woman. But it struck me when I got married to Grant, how great it is to be able to do this with all of our family. We first got married in London and then here in New York on our 5th wedding anniversary. I think we have a long way to go even though great strides have been made. You can read Cumming's full Instinct interview here.
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She said it does not describe her sexual orientation, and she encouraged readers to cease using the word as well as she felt it reinforced a binary concept of gender. Let me drive that home a little more. The National LGBTQ Task Force not only thought it would be a good idea to publish an article insulting, misrepresenting, and forsaking the bisexual letter in their own name , but did so on Celebrate Bisexuality Day. And a fantastic example of the constant, ongoing erasure bisexual people have to deal with. This one just happened to be incredibly blatant. What happened as a result of that article? People got pissed.
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A recent survey from the sex toy company Adam and Eve found that 47 percent of Americans—yes, nearly half—would not date someone who identified as bisexual. And the rest aren't even sure they would: While 35 percent are definitely open to it, the other 19 percent are still undecided. One study actually found that bisexual people have poorer health , and the authors believe this may be because they have trouble fitting in anywhere.
Vastly different. Fact is, these men live different lifestyles from each other, their sexual dynamics are completely different, and their aspirations in life are completely different. Generally speaking humans are prone to one sex over the other but reserve some form of attraction for the opposite of what is their preference. In my mind a bisexual is a straight person who occasionally has sex with the same sex, or a gay person who rarely has sex with the opposite sex.