Women Are More Sexually Fluid
Queens University Prof. Meredith Chivers found that when women viewed naked bodies in foreplay, they spent more time looking at women.
Their bodies also responded more strongly to nude images of women than men — regardless of what they claimed on surveys.
Yet straight men were into women and gay men were into men. Whether measured by survey, blood flow to the genitals, or goggles tracking eye movement.
And have you noticed that risqué Las Vegas shows are filled with nearly-nude women, even though the audience is evenly divided between women and men? University of Nevada Prof. Marta Meana, who studies sexuality, has.
And University of Montréal researchers found that:
- Only about 15% of women identified as non-straight, yet more than double that number —37% had fantasized about same-sex sex.
- And if they only have to watch women make love, and not participate themselves, 42% of women had fantasized about that.
- But only 21% of men had fantasized about gay sex — just slightly more than the roughly 15% who said they weren’t straight.
- Only 16% of men fantasized about watching two men make love. About the same number as non-straight men.
Why is women’s sexuality more fluid? More on that soon.