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The Real Reason Why Women Kiss Other Women

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Why Women Kiss Other Women.

Human sexuality is a topic that has always proven too complicated to fully comprehend. Virtually everyone falls somewhere on a spectrum, where we have the straights on one side and gays occupying the other.

However, where female sexuality is concerned, women appear to be naturally fluid, or bi-curious. Recently, researchers at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus proposed an interesting theory on the fluidity of female sexuality.

According to the researchers, the evolutionary origins of same-sex attraction in women was initiated by a man’s intrinsic need for a sexually fluid partner. The researchers claimed that, this is as a result of man, wanting to pass his gene, there by attaining evolutionary success. In other words, a female partner who gets sexually involved with other women would be absolutely sure of the identity of the father of her offspring.

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“When this woman has sex with another woman she does not have sex with another man which translates into same-sex contact reducing the risk of cuckoldry,” wrote the researchers, in their study, published in the journal of Personality and Individual Differences.

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The Cypriot researchers surveyed over 1,500 heterosexual men and women in two online studies to test their theory on female same-sex attraction. About half of the men reported they would become sexually excited if their opposite-sex partners revealed they experienced same-sex attraction. Meanwhile, only eight percent of women saw same-sex male attraction as a turn on in their partners.

The study also analyzed the differences in men’s preferences for sexually fluid partners between long and short-term relationships. Approximately 30 percent of heterosexual men would occasionally want their partner to have a sexual encounter with another woman. However, only 15 percent of men in long-term relationships reported the same preference.