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Question 1: [62] The series took place in ________, and features two bisexual characters,[63][64] Emily Schromm,[65] and Mike Manning.
Phoenix, ArizonaAtlantaBostonWashington, D.C.

Question 2: [29] The ________ has stated that, "to date there are no replicated scientific studies supporting any specific biological etiology for homosexuality.
American Psychiatric AssociationAnti-psychiatryPsychotherapyPsychiatry

Question 3: Another, considered, offensive lyric is "not the way good girls should behave." ________ has also admitted to being bisexual,[54][55][56] and her song "Poker Face" is about bisexuality.
Lady GagaPaparazzi (Lady Gaga song)The Fame MonsterThe Fame

Question 4: Bisexuality is ________ or an orientation involving physical or romantic attraction to both males and females.
MasturbationHuman sexual behaviorOrgasmSexual intercourse

Question 5: Alternately, the "Brokeback" white bisexual (when seen as bisexual at all) is often described in pitying language as a ________ homosexual man who is forced into the closet by the heterosexist society around him.
VictimisationBullyingVictim blamingPsychological manipulation

Question 6: Following Sackille-West's death, her son Nigel Nicolson would publish Portrait of a Marriage, one of her diaries recounting her affair with a woman during her marriage to ________.
Winston ChurchillHarold NicolsonRamsay MacDonaldOswald Mosley

Question 7: In 124 AD the bisexual Roman emperor Hadrian met ________, a 13- or 14-year-old boy from Bithynia, and they began their pederastic relationship.
AntinousLucius VerusMarcus AureliusNerva

Question 8: In popular music, many of the songs of ________ are commonly cited[citation needed] as classic examples.
MorrisseyJohnny MarrThis Charming ManThe Smiths

Question 9: ________ religious texts, reflecting cultural practices, incorporated bisexual themes.
Ancient GreekAeolic GreekAttic GreekDoric Greek

Question 10: Contemporary novelist ________' novels, such as Less Than Zero (1985) and The Rules of Attraction (1987) frequently feature bisexual male characters.
American PsychoLess Than Zero (novel)The InformersBret Easton Ellis

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