Study Proves Women Have More Diverse Patterns Of Sexual Response

A new study exploring sexual attraction, sexual arousal and sexual identity in women shows that heterosexual women have more diverse pattern of sexual response compare to previous study.


In the first study, women watched short video and in the second research, women asked to listened stories about interacting sexually with a woman or a man.

Meredith Chivers, the lead researcher from the sexuality and gender laboratory at Queen’s university showed in both studies that only heterosexual women who were exclusively attracted to men showed similar responses to both male & female sexual stimuli.

“Sexually-diverse women showed genital and self-reported arousal responses that were more similar to their self-reported sexual attractions,” she noted.

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