Bisexual, pansexual, demiromantic, aromantic -- the sexual identities with which people label themselves continue to become more diverse and more mainstream. But think back to the days long, long ago, when conversations about sexuality were typically limited to gay or straight and maybe, once in a while, bisexual. (Yawn, am I right?)
So what is it about millennials, who are both open to sexual fluidity and willing to reject labels altogether? To break it down, HuffPost Live spoke with Noah Michaelson, editorial director of Voices at The Huffington Post; Ellyn Ruthstrom, board member for the Bisexual Resource Center; freelance columnist Eliel Cruz and YouGov U.S. assistant editor Peter Moore. Check it out in the video above.
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