Bisexuality: Dispelling the myths

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
Due to the lack of understanding, acceptance, or even acknowledgment of bisexual identity, the family relationship issues facing bisexual people seldom emerge when contemplating policy and legal changes. Some bisexual people are legally married to opposite-sex partners. As a result, they are able to access the privileges afforded to married couples. However, many bisexual people are not married either by choice or because they are in same-sex relationships and live in one of the 49 states in which same-sex couples cannot marry. [PDF]