Women, Objects of Desire (Even for Women?)
Sexy lady’s bodies have been the focus of pop culture for decades.
Maybe that’s why even straight women were more aroused by a nude woman than by a nude man in one study, when measuring blood flow to the vagina. Some research suggests culture may be playing a role.
Is this true? A student of mine wondered. Read the rest of this entry
Sexual Fluidity & Emotional Connection
Women seem to be more sexually fluid than men. Why?
One reason might involve the way we tie sex and emotional connection together for women.
Not to mention that women are more likely to become deeply connected to same sex friends. Read the rest of this entry
Sexual Fluidity, Images & Biology
Why are women more sexually fluid in the Western world today?
Here’s one theory from University of Utah professor, Lisa Diamond’s book, Sexual Fluidity. Read the rest of this entry
Women Are More Sexually Fluid
Women seem to be more sexually fluid than men.
Queens University Prof. Meredith Chivers found that when women viewed naked bodies in foreplay, they spent more time looking at women. Read the rest of this entry
Men v Women: How Flexible Is Orientation?
Women’s sexual orientation is more fluid than men’s, says University of Utah professor, Lisa Diamond. Well, women have a basic orientation, she says, but it seems to be a bit easier for women to crossover. For both cultural and biological reasons.
Research from the University of Montréal seems to bear that out. The study had simply looked at how common different sex fantasies were. But comparing men and women, you see more fluidity among females. Read the rest of this entry