Mr Savage, we are all grateful and all for you to have published the study on your website. That said, here,s what you say in your last comment:
"More than one study found that while guys who self-identified as bi might claim to be aroused by erotic images of both gay and straight sex, their dicks told different stories. Bi guys in labs told researchers that they were equally aroused while they watched gay and straight porn but it was gay porn—and only gay porn—that made their dicks hard."
That's in 2011, commenting the previous studies. The oldest one agree with that description, but the two others (Cerny and Janssen, and most importantly the Bailey one) don't. Here's what you said in 2005 about the 2005 Bailey study:
"In English: 75 percent of the bi guys only got aroused watching boys; the other 25 percent of the bi guys only got aroused watching girls."
Why the change in description ? Is it because heterosexual arousal for bisexual doesn't fit with the gay-kidding-themselves cliché ? Or do you file these 25% under "confused" ?
It at least suggest that the subject is a little bit more complicated than what your description make it sound.