As a straight woman, I've always been confused about how so many straight men and straight women have managed to fall in love and have lasting relationships throughout history. I mean, for the most part, the two groups could literally not be any more different from each other if they tried! The fact that two groups of people so incredibly different manage to find everlasting love could only logically be explained by the theory that the sex must be mind-blowingly wonderful. But a new study that looked into what makes women orgasm more found that — shocker — that's not necessarily true.
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Experimenting with someone of the same sex is thankfully less taboo than it's ever been. And according to a survey from the sex toy company Adam and Eve, 30 percent of women have done just that. And 19 percent of men surveyed said they've experimented with other men. In honor of Pride Month, we asked readers of all different sexual orientations about their first same-sex encounters.
The data, from a study of 3, ladies by opinion consultant Joe Twyman, showed 24 per cent of women fantasised about a same-sex romp - but only nine per cent had actually acted on this. Tracy Kiss, 31, is from Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. She is in a relationship with long-term boyfriend Freddie. She says:. Growing up I was a shy and quiet tomboy. Watching them, I found myself fantasising about kissing girls.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Sophie Saint Thomas. It should go without saying that sex between two women is a beautiful thing.