Sometimes, when referring explicitly to sexual identity, you could say that a person is "confused" and mean that the person has not clearly figured out what his (her) sexual/gendre identity is. During a period of time like that, the person might be functioning as a bisexual, but that would not be the specific meaning of the word "confused."
If you used the word "confused" out of context, no one would guess that you were referring to sexual preference or gendre identity.
OK. In these lines is the talking about bisexual?
Male strippers always look like
they're applying lotion
Female strippers when they're dancing on the pole
Just look like....confused firemen.
Bo Burnham, ("Men and women")
In old-fashioned fire houses, firemen slid down a pole when an alarm went off to get to the firetruck more quickly. So, in the lines you quote, I don't see it as a sexual reference. The confusion is more about whether to go up or down...