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  Are more women bisexual than men? 23 Feb 2006  
Bisexuality is sometimes associated with the more Bohemian fringes of society, from the poet Lord Byron to Virginia Woolf from the Bloomsbury Group.

Today many celebrities such as Rebecca Loos are enjoying this lifestyle, and now an American study is claiming that more women are bisexual than men. 

Jenni and her guests Lowri Turner and Dr Surya Monro examine why this might be and whether women are more at ease these days with their own sexuality.

Gender Politics by Dr Surya Monro is published by Pluto Press 

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