This research provides evidence that is empirical transience and viral bridging notions could be, respectively, misconceived and overstated. We found no evidence when it comes to three hypotheses linked to bisexual transience, and small evidence for substantial bridging that is viral. Further research is required to evaluate whether these as well as other findings can efficiently play a role in interventions made to decrease biphobia and its particular distal negative wellness results. We foresee the possibility for these findings to influence interventions designed to increase acceptance that is bisexual homosexual and straight communities; decrease experiences of stigma, marginalization, and internalized biphobia among bisexual guys; and amplify possibilities for identification disclosure and social help for bisexual men. Just by producing conditions wherein bisexual guys are grasped, accepted, and respected by society can we start to ameliorate the debilitating wellness disparities why these males face.
We have been profoundly indebted towards the anonymous peer reviewers with their feedback, which we think have significantly strengthened this manuscript.