Let’s play “compare and contrast”. From the American Psychological Association:

Bisexuality in women appears to be a distinctive sexual orientation and not an experimental or transitional stage that some women adopt “on their way” to lesbianism, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.

“This research provides the first empirical examination of competing assumptions about the nature of bisexuality, both as a sexual identity label and as a pattern of nonexclusive sexual attraction and behavior,” wrote University of Utah psychologist Lisa M. Diamond, PhD, who conducted the study.

Now, let’s take a look at Renew America’s Bryan Fischer has to say:

In what could quickly become an embarrassment to the American Psychological Association, which long ago sold their professionals souls to be shills for the homosexual agenda, the APA yesterday released a study which celebrates the “sexual fluidity” of self-described bisexual, lesbian and “unlabeled” women.

Indeed the APA’s ten-year study does show that women changed their labels – they sometimes switched between “bisexual” and “unlabeled” – but that doesn’t mean their sexuality changed, just what they chose to call themselves. Of course poor Fischer can’t wrap his mind around such a concept. Why? Because it’s closed, silly!

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