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  1. Standard member vivify
    rain
    21 May '13 16:04
    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2011/10/20/study-more-than-half-of-women-attracted-to-other-women_n_1021730.html


    "Admiring another woman’s looks could have an underlying meaning, because according to recent research, 60 per cent of heterosexual women find other women sexually attractive.

    The latest findings from the Boise State University, discovered that over half of the 484 straight women questioned, had been attracted to another female at some point in their lives – with a further 45 per cent admitting to kissing a woman and 50 per cent confessing to enjoying fantasies about other ladies."
  2. 21 May '13 16:10
    I find women sexually attractive too, but I don't have sex with a vast majority of them. I only have sex with one, although there are a ton of other women that I find sexually attractive.

    Why do I do that? Because having multiple partners has devestating results. The life I've chosen requires more self control, but in the end it leads to a happier and healthier life.
  3. 21 May '13 16:26
    Originally posted by Eladar
    I find women sexually attractive too, but I don't have sex with a vast majority of them. I only have sex with one, although there are a ton of other women that I find sexually attractive.

    Why do I do that? Because having multiple partners has devestating results. The life I've chosen requires more self control, but in the end it leads to a happier and healthier life.
    Yes, you certainly don't come across as bitter or frustrated.
  4. 21 May '13 16:32 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    Yes, you certainly don't come across as bitter or frustrated.
    I never said I was perfect.

    I did say that living this life results in a happier life than living the other. No life is idealistic. I know many of the Utopianists who follow the lies of the leftist theology want to believe differently.

    No matter how much money you take from us, you won't achieve nirvana.
  5. Subscriber karoly aczel
    Fortnite Kid
    21 May '13 18:49
    Originally posted by vivify
    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2011/10/20/study-more-than-half-of-women-attracted-to-other-women_n_1021730.html


    "Admiring another woman’s looks could have an underlying meaning, because according to recent research, 60 per cent of heterosexual women find other women sexually attractive.

    The latest findings from the Boise State University, discovered ...[text shortened]... tting to kissing a woman and 50 per cent confessing to enjoying fantasies about other ladies."
    That's good, right?

    Seems like a win/win situation for everyone.
  6. 22 May '13 00:50
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    That's good, right?

    Seems like a win/win situation for everyone.
    Ditto
  7. 22 May '13 01:18
    Originally posted by vivify
    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2011/10/20/study-more-than-half-of-women-attracted-to-other-women_n_1021730.html


    "Admiring another woman’s looks could have an underlying meaning, because according to recent research, 60 per cent of heterosexual women find other women sexually attractive.

    The latest findings from the Boise State University, discovered ...[text shortened]... tting to kissing a woman and 50 per cent confessing to enjoying fantasies about other ladies."
    Is this an indication that the human animal is born bisexual? That perhaps sexuality is conditioned or learned?
  8. 22 May '13 02:10
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Is this an indication that the human animal is born bisexual? That perhaps sexuality is conditioned or learned?
    Bisexuality is also genetic. Not only can the person be attracted to someone of both sexes, but also the yuck factor in same sex has been attenuated. A woman being attracted to a woman makes some sense as they are a marvel of form and beauty. Men on the other hand got the short end of the stick in the looks department. Also men are pretty selfish and shallow minded for the most part. For a woman to be attracted to a man, it must be genetic.
  9. Standard member vivify
    rain
    22 May '13 03:19 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Is this an indication that the human animal is born bisexual? That perhaps sexuality is conditioned or learned?
    No, it's an indication that many human females are perhaps born bisexual. If we look at other mammals, it makes sense. For example, lions; two males in the same pride is a problem, though the females get along much better. In fact, the male lions kick the young male lions out of the pride after a certain age.

    Looking at the rest of the animal kingdom can help shed some light on why human females are more easily attracted to each other than men are with their own sex.
  10. 22 May '13 10:34
    i think jenna marbles explains how works better than anybody else...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylVlkv1el3Q


    (warning contains a fair bit of bad language)
  11. 22 May '13 13:00
    No reference to the paper, not even a name for the Boise State Researchers. Makes me wonder how misrepresented the findings are.
  12. Subscriber Sleepyguy
    Reepy Rastardly Guy
    22 May '13 13:05
    I'll be in my bunk.