After rocking out at Britney's live show, she's also hoping she and her new BFF will get in bed and go down on each other.The post continues: "I left out the part about not being able to keep our hands off each other when we're alone, giving each other hot and steamy kisses, and seeing what we taste like."Wait, ?Instead, year after year, the women said things like, "That was an amazingly powerful relationship with Anna, but I'm pretty sure I'm still straight."Many straight women who occasionally sex other women insist they're not lesbians — because they only want to date men.
Over a three-day period, she analyzed more than 400 such ads.
Based on that data, she estimates that, over the course of a year, there are hundreds of thousands of ads posted online from women who "self-identify as straight, who want relationships with guys, but also enjoy a woman's body and affection here and there."When straight girls shop on the Web for gay sex, Reynolds found that they maintain their "stereotypically heterosexual" (read: basic bitch) identities.
Still, the idea that sexuality is fluid is blossoming in the mainstream of late.
and its "gay for the stay" jailbirds are Netflix magic.
These hetero flexible women say they want long-term romantic relationships with men but are consistently drawn to women purely for sex, whether a girlfriends-with-benefits scenario or a Sapphic sidepiece hidden from their boyfriend or husband."It's a huge phenomenon," says Chelsea Reynolds, who researches gender and sexuality in mass media as a doctoral student at the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Communication.
In a pilot study, she analyzed (or "expertly lurked," as she calls it) the Women Seeking Women section of Craigslist in 10 U. cities, including San Francisco; Chicago; Boston; Louisville, Kentucky; and Lubbock, Texas.
The idea that a person can be kinda-sorta straight or a lil bit gay goes back almost 70 years to pioneering researcher Alfred Kinsey.
He argued that some people are straight, others are gay, but many others fall on a spectrum somewhere in between.
"If you didn't have a sexual identity label, it meant that you hadn't come out yet," she says.
Now, young people are much more likely than in previous decades to come out as unidentified, says Diamond.
It can be lonely in Las Vegas — so lonely, a single 23-year-old woman is looking for a new bestie on Craigslist."There are guys all over the place to have fun with," she laments in an anonymous post, "but I wish I had a friend to go shopping and to concerts with me or to get our nails done ...