Bisexual behavior is on the rise, according to a new study. We hear a lot about sex and gender issues in the news. From the rise of the hookup culture to fierce Supreme Court battles over LGBT rights, whom we sleep with and how we do it is no longer confined to the boudoir. And all that sex talk has revealed that more of us are open to bisexual behavior than ever, according to a new study.
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The data, from a study of 3, ladies by opinion consultant Joe Twyman, showed 24 per cent of women fantasised about a same-sex romp - but only nine per cent had actually acted on this. Tracy Kiss, 31, is from Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. She is in a relationship with long-term boyfriend Freddie. She says:. Growing up I was a shy and quiet tomboy. Watching them, I found myself fantasising about kissing girls. I was a little shocked and confused that I felt aroused by it. Then when I was 16 a gorgeous girl walked past me.
Hutchings is a clinical sexologist and has worked in the field of human sexuality for more than 12 years. She is passionate about the rights of all people to experience the joys of positive sexuality, sexual health and well being. Beck Thom of Body Curious is a somatic sex educator and sexological bodyworker. Not all women who have sex with women are lesbians. They might identify as pan, bi, queer, straight, bi curious or gay.
Sex is still sex, no matter who is having it with whom. Sure, some activities like hugging, kissing are low-risk compared to others like oral or vaginal sex. But the only difference between women having sex with women and women having sex with men is the risk of unwanted pregnancies, and that is also dependant on genitalia and sexual organs - not the gender one may identify as.