Why Women are More Open to Bisexuality : The Scientific Reason behind


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A scientific study confirms that women are more willing to sexual relations between them. Why this does not happen with men

Female sexuality is much more fluid than men, and this could be the result of evolutionary design, according to a new theory. The specialized psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa proposed in a study that the fact that women – more present in this because it is a mechanism to “reduce conflict and tension between the wives of polygamous marriages.” – Although this kind of marriage rarely happens in the modern society, but if you look back some thousand years from now – it was actually a custom that time, the shadows of which remains in our genetic information.

Being sexually fluid allows women to be comfortable having sex with other women while successfully manage to reproduce with her husband. This study was published in Biological Reviews under the name of “The possible evolutionary origins of female sexual fluidity“, and provides a scientific explanation of how sexuality of women differs from male.
People of both sexes can be sexually fluid, which means it do not adhere to a particular sexual identity, and can switch seamlessly between homosexual, bisexual and heterosexual identities. However, studies have shown that this is much more common among women than among men.

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“This theory suggests that women might not have sexual orientations in the same way as men, ” said Dr Kanazawa, of the London School of Economics and Political Science. “Instead of being heterosexual or homosexual, the person sexually attracted to a woman can become dependent on a couple in particular reproductive statuses and other circumstances of the several particular situations.”
Sexual fluidity can be defined by labels of self-identity, sexual behavior, feelings related to sexuality and genitals and mental responses. To Kanazawa, these physical responses are the most “objective and accurate to measure sexual orientation.” To reach this conclusion, researchers analyzed data from the ‘National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health,’ to determine differences between sexual fluidity between men and women.

The study measured the sexual orientation of young Americans in four “waves,” following them over the course of 10 years. With this information,the researcher was able to construct measures of “adult sexual attraction” , which revealed the discrepancy between female and male sexual fluidity.
The survey conducted by Kanazawa also confirmed his predictions that pointed to women who experience high levels of sexual fluidity have more children , and women who experience marriage or motherhood at a young age also have a greater sexual fluidity.

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