I'm interested in the views of board members regarding the obvious shift in many male hetersosexuals attitudes toward one type of homosexuality only. Where a generation ago all bisexuality would have been largely decried, I see that bisexuality in females has become largely integrated into the societal norm. Men's magazines are rife with it photographically. Obviously we're all aware that many heterosexual men are attracted to the notion of women being bisexual and involving them in what's often referred to as the "good kind" of ménage à trois (male-female-female). In my opinion recent trends suggest that while many heterosexual men consider it ideal for their girlfriends and wives to bring another female into the sexual bed, they do not suggest (from what I can tell) that women should be afforded the same courtesy or inclination by introducing another man to the ménage. I have a very distinct idea of what I think is going on with the phenomenon subliminally but I'll reserve that opinion until I get board response to these two questions: 1) In your opinion is the female of our species somehow more inclined to bisexuality than the male of our species? and 2) If given the opportunity to speak freely and candidly would an equal number of heterosexual women similarly enjoy the notion of bedding down with two men in that same fashion?