Study finds women turn to lesbians due to lack of boyfriends

Women are more likely to have lesbian sex when they can't have sex with men, an authoritative study authored by Elizabeth McClintock, of the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, finds.

Dr McClintock said that women may be less likely to experiment with bisexuality when they find it particularly easy to find a male partner.

She said: ‘Women who are initially successful in partnering with men, as is more traditionally expected, may never explore their attraction to other women.

‘However, women with the same sexual attractions, but less favourable heterosexual options may have greater opportunity to experiment with same-sex partners.’

So it almost sounds like women who are unable to get boyfriends have to settle for lesbian sex.  Do you think a non-profit group composed of men could be set up to volunteer to help less fortunate women who don't have that option available?  Do you think if lesbians knew firsthand what they were missing from sleeping with men that they might be convinced to give up their woman-kissing ways?

The study also discovered that less attractive women are more likely to become lesbians.  At this point, you probably think I'm making this up, don't you?  But no:

... her analysis showed that attractive women were more likely to think of themselves as purely heterosexual.

If true, do you think a makeover could help convince women that they are heterosexual? 

The study talked about women who switched back and forth in their sexual orientation, much like a tennis player switching from backhand to forehand.  The implication from this is that sexuality is something that's chosen, but that's not a conclusion the author dared write.  What do you think?

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