Q: What’s the difference between a lesbian, gay and bisexual person?

Diva Says: A lesbian is a woman who primarily is attracted to and chooses to be involved with other women. A bisexual is a person who is attracted to both genders, though the percentage of attraction may vary by individual. (Some may be more attracted to women, but still attracted to men. Some may be more attracted to men, but still attracted to women. Some may be equally attracted to both.) Gay is a term that can cover both men and women, but primarily refers to men who are primarily attracted to and choose to be involved with other men. Hope that answers your question!

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