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With so many issues taking up the heat, how can sexuality stay behind? The world has started to talk in this direction as a lot of celebrities have openly confessed about their sexuality. Moreover, this generation of millennials is all set to talk about sexuality in a more candid manner.
Glamour magazine has interviewed 1,000 women, between the ages of 18 to 44, on their own sexual experiences and identities. Let's discover what's that one thing which makes men undateable.
Let's see what yardsticks most women have set. Watch out men.
Were attracted to women of that group only, and to your amazement, about 31% have had a sexual experience with another woman.
Have ranked sex as the most important aspect of a relationship. Voila, we get that right here. Women look out for more emotional, passionate and heart-warming relations and do not set physical activeness as their touchstones. An insightful research by Glamour.
Miley Cyrus is the celebrity identified as pansexual. Moreover, according to Richard C. Savin-Williams, Ph.D., director of sex and gender lab at Cornell University, "many young women no longer feel they have to choose one sexuality or identity. Today, many invent their own terms. There is a growing tendency not to be boxed in, especially among millennial women."
The general perception of women as being sexually fluid has been validated by this research by Glamour. One of the respondents, Niki said,"I don't look at a woman and think, 'Oh, I wanna bone her.' But I do think sexuality is fluid". On her first same-sex affair, she said, "It was fun, but it didn't change how I see my sexuality. I just thought, 'Oh, this is a new way to have sex."
Meghan, another respondent said, "I didn't think I was different from straight people; I just thought sex sucked. I didn't even know what sex could be until I slept with a woman. Then I realized, That's why people have sex!" Happy realization Meghan!
Here comes the difference. "If a guy marks a box on a survey saying, yes, I've been attracted to another man, or, yes, I've had sex with another man in the past year, it may not be at all the same thing as when a woman checks the same box" said sex therapist Joe Kort. An answer to your question about the discrepancy is here.
Date men who slept with other men. Around 63% percent of women agree to this. They further added that they would not give into traditional labels such as homosexuality, heterosexuality and bisexuality.
America's Next Top Model contestant has come forward in the acceptance of being sexually fluid, in October 2015. Hope more such men come ahead in order to dissipate the stigma of homosexual relationships among them.
Lastly, it is largely agreed that women like to date straight men.