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His main worry seems to be the number of bisexuals which make up 40% of the sample. It makes sense that this group is more closeted, they probably don't want to reveal to current or prospective heterosexual partners that they have or will have homosexual relationships. This especially applies to married men. I think research shows that a surprisingly large number of heterosexuals have had some sort of sexual relationship with members of the same sex.

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