Women Are Much More Likely To Be Bisexual Than Men According To New Study
Women are more likely to be bisexual than men — especially less attractive women.
Women who aren’t good looking appear to be more prone to same-sex relationships, according to a new study by Elizabeth Aura McClintock of the University of Notre Dame.
The study, which spanned 14 years, also found that women are three times more likely than men to switch their sexuality as they age. Women who were more educated and attractive were more likely to be “100% heterosexual,” perhaps because they didn’t have trouble finding partners, McClintock said.
Men were more likely than women to say they were — no pun intended — straight-up “100% heterosexual” or “100% homosexual.”
“This indicates that women’s sexuality may be more flexible and adaptive than men’s,” McClintock said.
The factors cited by this study which influence sexuality are surprising to say the least.
Kids were one surprising influence on the ladies: Women who didn’t become moms halfway through the study were more likely to identify as totally straight than women who had a kid halfway through.
Men were different: Those who had more education were less likely to identify as “100% heterosexual” midway and at the end of the study. Physical appearance had no influence on results, and men who became fathers halfway through the study were more likely to call themselves “100% heterosexual” at the end.
This sound legit to you?