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'''Heterosexuality''' refers to sexual attraction between members of differing [[sex | biological sexes]] and is often seen as the opposite of [[homosexuality]]. Thus, heterosexuality can be considered one end of a spectrum that describes one facet of an individual's [[sexual identity]]. Heterosexuality is also a convenient [[cultural shield]] for many self-identified bisexual people who fear the consequences of [[biphobia]] in their workplace or other social situations.
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'''Heterosexuality''' refers to sexual attraction between members of differing biological sexes and is often seen as the opposite of [[homosexuality]]. Thus, heterosexuality can be considered one end of a spectrum that describes one facet of an individual's [[sexual identity]]. Heterosexuality is also a convenient cultural shield for many self-identified bisexual people who fear the consequences of [[biphobia]] in their workplace or other social situations.
   
 
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Heterosexuality refers to sexual attraction between members of differing biological sexes and is often seen as the opposite of homosexuality. Thus, heterosexuality can be considered one end of a spectrum that describes one facet of an individual's sexual identity. Heterosexuality is also a convenient cultural shield for many self-identified bisexual people who fear the consequences of biphobia in their workplace or other social situations.