Glazer proposes an entirely new way of understanding sexual orientation for law but also for life. Glazer introduces the distinction between an individual's "General Orientation" which is the sex toward which an individual is generally attracted, and an individual's "Specific Orientation" which is the sex of an individual's chosen partner(s). While for many the two orientations are identical, for bisexuals the two orientations often differ. Glazer's framework makes room for bisexuals, as well as others whose orientations do not fit within the rigid categories that govern the collective understanding of human sexuality.
Glazer, Elizabeth M., "Sexual Reorientation" (2011). Hofstra University Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series. 2.