For a bit of bi!

Laura Cooke says…

Midweek Sport - - AGONY -

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

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