Bisexual Women Get More Sex
Many women, actually 63%, have admitted that they have had the fantasy to sexually experiment with other women. This is according to a survey conducted by CLUB International Magazine.
This translates into a claim that 2 out of every 3 women have openly admitted to enjoying either bisexual or lesbian fantasies.
Now you might be wondering — why are women so suddenly interested in becoming bi sexual and exploring their sexuality with other women?
In reality, this natural tendency by heterosexually-identified women isn’t new. What’s new is the increase in public awareness and public acceptance of female bisexuality. It has begun to transform the way in which society determines what is acceptable in regards to sex.
Just look around! We are bombarded by images of women kissing, holding hands, and luxuriating in other intimate encounters in magazines, movies, and advertising. Marie Claire, Elle, and Cosmopolitan recently have featured articles promoting female bisexuality!
In films like Wild Things and Femme Fatale, filmmakers teased us with lots of hot girl-on-girl action and/or threesomes. Acclaimed television shows like SEX and the City, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Ally McBeal have candidly evoked and embodied female bisexuality. In the music industry, Russian female duo TATU featured the girls kissing passionately and tearing off their clothes in the video “All the Things She Said”. Even Britney and Madonna tongue kissed on stage during the recent MTV Awards.
The media has certainly had its hand in our sexual evolution!
Think about it:
Q: What do Angelina Jolie, Drew Barrymore, Madonna, and Denise Richards have in common? (Besides the fact that they are all celebrities.)
A: They’re all Bisexual Straight Women.
You’ll agree, this term sounds contradictory right? Not really. A Bisexual Straight Woman is a woman who frequently makes direct or thinly-veiled comments about being attracted to women, occasionally kisses or sleeps with women, but rarely or never actually dates women. She considers herself as primarily heterosexual, though she is attracted to women. It’s purely on a sexual level; she has no interest in a romantic relationship with another woman beyond sex.
What does this mean to you?
For women, it means a whole new world on sexual possibilities has opened for them. As Woody Allen once said, “Being bisexual doubles your chances for a date on a Friday night.” For guys and couples, this trend can triple their odds of enjoying threesome sex, fulfilling their favourite sexual fantasy.
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