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The Bisexuality Report

Updated Wednesday, 22nd February 2012

According to a new report written by Open University academics, bisexuals endure worse mental health problems and suffer from an equality gap.

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In the audio clip below, one of the report's writers Dr Meg Barker, a senior lecturer in Psychology at the OU, tells us more about the report's findings. 

The report was written by Meg Barker; Rebecca Jones, Lecturer, Health & Social Care at the OU; Christina Richards; Helen Bowes-Catton, PhD student in the Psychology Department at The Open University; and Tracy Plowman – all of BiUK, with Jen Yockney, of Bi Community News; and Marcus Morgan, of The Bisexual Index.

You can read the report in full online.

 

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