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Three in every ten people (30.1%) who identify themselves as bisexual reported their anxiety as high.
This compares with two in every ten people (19.5%) who identify themselves as heterosexual or straight.
Justin Denney, an assistant professor of sociology at Rice, said: “If bisexuals are minorities within the minority and experience unique and more extreme forms of discrimination, this might contribute to disparities in things like earnings, educational attainment, the propensity to smoke cigarettes and other factors that affect well-being.” People who identify as bisexuals face a lot of discrimination, even from gays and lesbians who think they can just hide their sexuality whenever they want.
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Bisexual people also recorded the lowest levels of happiness and life satisfaction in the three years leading up to December 2015.