Sexual Fluidity: Heteroflexible, Bicurious, and Mostly Straight—A (Bar) Talk by Dr. Zhana Vrangalova
188 Suffolk St.
646-422-7898 Price: $15
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The largest nonheterosexual group out is not gays, lesbians, or bisexuals. It’s the “mostly straights” – those with a slight degree of same-sex interests who are not exclusively straight, but not same-sex oriented ‘enough’ to consider themselves or to be considered by others as bisexual. Who are they and how do they differ from both exclusive heterosexuals and more substantial bisexuals in their sexual orientation profile, personality characteristics, life experiences, attitudes toward sexuality, and health outcomes and behaviors? In this class, we will summarize the research on people who identify as mostly straight, bicurious, or heteroflexible and discuss ways in which this new knowledge influences how we talk and think about sexual orientation in research, theory, practice, and our daily lives.
Dr. Zhana Vrangalova is an NYC-based sex researcher, writer, and educator. She received her PhD in Developmental Psychology from Cornell University where she studied how different aspects of sexuality (especially casual sex/promiscuity and mostly heterosexuality) are linked to health and well-being.
Join us on Tuesday, December 17th at “Subject” – 188 Suffolk St.
Doors 7:30 pm
Talk – 8:00 pm
Tickets – $15
$18 at the door
**Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase
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