The answers showed that the men dating women were far more likely than other groups to be most stressed by sexual infidelity.Among bisexual men dating women, 49 percent said they would be most bothered by the sex.For comparison, only 16 percent of men dating men said that the sex would bother them more than the emotional betrayal.

Under this theory, it makes sense that bisexual men dating women would be more worried about sexual infidelity than bisexual men dating men, who can't get pregnant, said study researcher Cory Scherer, a social psychologist at Pennsylvania State University Schuylkill.

Previous research suggests that people in same-sex relationships tend to worry more about the emotional aspects of cheating than the sexual aspects, Scherer said.

[5 Myths About Gay People Debunked] "Bisexuals kind of fit both aspects of this jealousy," Scherer told Live Science.

Ricky Martin, who came out as gay in 2010, now says he’s “open to having sex with a woman,” but that doesn’t mean he identifies as bisexual.

“I know that I like both men and women, I’m against sexual labels, we are simply human beings with emotional and sexual needs,” Martin told Mexican magazine “I am gay, men fascinate me, but I like to enjoy sex in total freedom, so I’m open to having sex with a woman if I feel desire,” added the singer-actor.

He said he wouldn’t be interested in an ongoing relationship with a woman, though. Martin, the father of twin sons, broke up with stockbroker Carlos González Abella in January 2014 after a three-year relationship.Whether a bisexual guy is more concerned with sexual or emotional infidelity depends on whether he's dating a man or a woman, new research finds."You can make predictions of what kind of jealousy they may be distressed by depending on whom they're dating." Cheating hearts Scherer and his colleagues recruited 134 self-identified bisexuals from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender organizations across the country to fill out an Internet questionnaire.The survey asked the participants to imagine being cheated on and to identify the gender of the cheating partner.They then had to choose whether they would be more upset about the sexual aspects of the cheating or the emotional betrayal.Forty-eight of the participants were bisexual women dating men, 36 were bisexual women dating women, 27 were bisexual men dating women and 23 were bisexual men dating men.