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Bi-curious or bisexual?
Bisexuality, by definition, is a sexual and emotional attraction to both genders. Many women (and some men) who consider themselves to be straight are partaking in a societal trend that encourages them to experiment and explore same-sex activities. This behavior is generally referred to as bi-curious simply because these women don’t classify themselves as or identify with being truly bisexual.
Bi-curiosity is an experimental taste of female flesh just for fun and can range from kissing and touching to intimate sexual contact, and everything in between. There is no actual definition of where bi-curious behavior begins and ends, and research is just as unhelpful on this subject. In a recent article in Developmental Psychology, author Lisa Diamond found that about half of the nonheterosexual women studied changed sexual identities more than once in their lives. This finding contradicts the American Psychiatric Association’s viewpoint that there is no evidence suggesting that sexual orientation can change. It is reasonably clear that nobody actually knows what the real deal is.
Anecdotally, it is more common for lesbian and bisexual women to change sexual identities during a lifetime than it is for heterosexual women. This may be due to the inner confusion and social and/or familial consequences of being gay or bisexual. The only real conclusion that can be drawn from the data is that the sexual nature of women doesn’t discriminate, and at different times they will likely be sexually attracted to different "people" no matter what their gender. Do all women have bisexual tendencies? In the 1940s, Alfred Kinsey turned the whole argument on its head with his famous scale of sexual orientation. He found that most people didn’t fall into either strictly defining category of straight or gay — meaning that most of us are a bit bi. There is now a more modern and in-depth scale called the Klein Sexual Orientation Grid.
There is very little conclusive research on this topic, but a survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that nearly 6.9 million American women said they had a girl-girl sexual experience and 2.7 million said their experience was in the last year. In a recent Marie Claire sexuality survey, 55% admitted that they would have sex with another woman, but only if nobody found out. Marie Claire’s readership is generally between the ages of 25 and 35.
Historically, traditional Chinese medicine thought that bisexuality helped balance the yin and yang energies within the body, Freud reckoned that everyone is bisexual to an extent, and Tantra believes we are all inherently bisexual. There are now more open ideas that bisexuality is a natural part of us, but where this acceptance takes us is dependent on many factors — some of which are completely out of our control.