For a bit of bi!
Laura Cooke says…
sexuality may be more flexible and adaptive than men’s. Women who are initially successful in partnering with men, as is more traditionally expected, may never explore their attraction to other women.
“However, women with the same sexual attractions, but less favourable heterosexual options may have greater opportunity to experiment with same-sex partners.”
The researchers found that selfconfessed bisexual celebrities such as Miley Cyrus, Angelina Jolie and Cara Delevigne made women more likely to admit their lesbian fantasies.
The study also revealed youngsters are more than four times likelier than old people to be non-heterosexual.
While 2.6 per cent of people aged 16-24 are homosexual or bisexual, that slumps to 0.6 per cent among the over-65 group. Around 2.1 per cent of people in managerial positions are lesbian, gay or bisexual – that’s 50 per cent higher than the 1.4 per cent figure for manual workers.
London is the country’s lesbian, gay and bisexual capital, with 2.6 per cent of the city’s population identifying themselves as such.
Second highest is the South East with 1.8 per cent. Northern Ireland and the South West are third with 1.6 per cent. The East Midlands is lowest at 1.0 per cent.
Dr McClintock, who helped with the research, added: “Men are less often attracted to both sexes.
“Men’s sexuality is, in a sense, less flexible. If a man is only attracted to one sex, romantic opportunity would little alter his sexual identity.” WOMEN are much sexier than men. They are gentler – and I love boobs. But a woman is no substitute for a big hard cock. I’ve had a few drunken snogs with my mates before but nothing more than that. And there’s only so much fun to be had with toys!º