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Oct 10, - Lesbians have historically been seen as a more dangerous breed, a direct challenge to patriarchal structures, perhaps explaining why women may be more likely to self-identify as bisexual. Some research into women's sexuality has also suggested that women take a more fluid approach to their. Bisexuality on the rise, says new U.S. survey - CNN Kleio. Age: 23. All pict 100% Why these huge discrepancies among two reputable national studies? Jan 18, - Rejoice! Every man's fantasy has been confirmed: all women are either bisexual or lesbian. According to a new study, there is no such thing as a truly heterosexual woman—and there is concrete research to back this claim up. Here's the science behind why all women are either bisexual or gay! Riva. Age: 21. Come join me for an unforgettable night unwinding together 5 Reasons We Need to Stop Saying That All Women Are Bisexual May 9, - After conducting more research finding that many straight men had same-gender attraction, fantasies, and partners, she gave a talk called “I Was Wrong! Men's Sexuality is Pretty Darn Fluid Too.” Nevertheless, the idea that all women are bisexual, all men are gay or straight, and non-binary people don't. Jan 7, - While rates of self-reported homosexuality stay flat, bisexuality is on the rise, especially among women. Joey. Age: 19. I am delighted at the thought of you wanting to get to know me Jan 30, - Unfortunately, this appears to be another instance in which theory and previous research were ignored for “practical” reasons—to achieve the numbers needed for statistical analyses at the cost of truth. By doing so the authors found something that likely does not exist: an increase in bisexual women. Nov 6, - What turns us on and where we place ourselves on the sexual spectrum is exceedingly personal. A new study investigating the existence of this spectrum may prove somewhat controversial, then: It claims that women are almost always gay or bisexual and are almost certainly not straight. The research has. Nov 6, - According to lead researcher Gerulf Rieger from the University of Essex, “Even though the majority of women identify as straight, our research clearly demonstrates that when it comes to what turns them on, they are either bisexual or gay, but never straight.” Rieger surveyed female participants.