Do bisexuals have any evolutionary advantage over straights and gays? Bonobos exhibit bisexuality extensively. Why so?
Like many things, whether bisexuality is advantageous for an individual's reproductive success or not depends on the environment. The fact that a wide variety of sexual systems and behavior exists in the animal kingdom suggests that. Also, "advantageous for an individual's reproductive success" doesn't necessarily imply "will spread via the processes of evolution"; for a trait to spread via natural selection+random mutation you need the trait to promote the individual's reproductive success, and for it to be reliably passed down to its offspring. And as the causes of sexual orientation in humans aren't well understood there is always the possibility it isn't strongly or genetically inherited.
As far as bonobos go, I am given to understand they use sex as a social tool, much more so than we do. In that context it does seem like bisexuality would be advantageous; it's silly to only be able to use your most powerful tool for conflict-resolution and social bonding on half of your community. This particular advantage won't be true, or will be much reduced, in species that don't use sex in the same way, i.e. all or most other species that we know of.