A new study shows bisexual men are far less likely to reveal their sexual orientation than gay men, and that keeping it a secret risks damaging their health. In a study published by the American Psychological Association, researchers studied a group of bisexual men who seek partners “on the down low.” They found that men who live with a wife or girlfriend, and who think of themselves as heterosexual but sometimes have sex with other men, are far more likely to conceal their same-sex behaviour. Nearly 38% of the men studied said that they have not shared with anyone that they have sex with men. Only 41% reported that they had confided in a best friend or parent.
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