Hiding Bisexuality Increases Risk of Depression | Psych Central News

Experts say bisexual men are less likely than gay men to come out of the closet and declare their sexuality.

Researchers say this concealment is associated with more symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Investigators from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, examined bisexual men “on the down low,” a subgroup of bisexual men who live predominantly heterosexual lives and do not disclose their same-sex behavior, a group that has not been studied to date.

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