Bisexual women more depressed
A new study has found, again, that bisexual people suffer more from distress than straight or gay people. The study by Lisa Lindley and colleagues is reported in the American Journal of Public Health and found that the results only held for bisexual women. The research discovered that women who were strictly identified as straight or gay did not have the same risk factors for depression as those who were attracted to both sexes. Once more this was felt to be linked to bisexual invisibility.
You can read more about the study on the George Mason University website, where Lindley is based.