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Additionally, it is feasible that the prices of victimization among MHs might have differed whenever we used a unique orientation that is sexual ( e.g., arousal, desire, behavior). In Vrangalova and Savin-William’s 27 meta-analysis of MHs and prices of victimization, MHs had reduced prices of victimization than bisexuals, that is as opposed to our findings that showed no difference between prices of victimization between MHs and bisexuals. Nonetheless, Vrangalova and Savin-William 27 combined most of the studies which used different intimate orientation indicators. Because they acknowledged within their paper, it’s possible that the amount of danger may vary dependent on which indicator can be used to evaluate intimate orientation. Continue reading »

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