Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Choosing Lesbian Sex in College: Fed Study

10% of college women, and 13% of other women had intimate relations with another woman, says the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), pointing to lesbianism as a choice, rather than a predetermined genetic trait, as popularly claimed by homosexualists.

-- From "For Women, Same-Sex Experimentation In College A Myth" posted at Huffington Post 3/18/11

Between 2006 and 2008, the [CDC] study's authors asked 13,495 individuals aged 15 to 44 to answer a number of questions about their sexual habits and found that while 9.9 percent of college-educated women said they'd had a sexual experience with a female, 14 to 15 percent of women without a college degree said the same. According to the New York Times, only 1 percent of the 13 percent who reported having had same-sex encounters identified as homosexual, and only 4 percent as bisexual.

The study shows that although educational differences in same sex experience for males were less pronounced than for females, men with some college were nearly 3 percent more likely than men with no college to have had a sexual encounter with another male, and that women are almost twice as likely as men to have had same-sex encounters.

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From "Do All Women 'Experiment' With Lesbianism In College? Not Even Close" by Sy Kraft, B.A., Medical News Today 3/19/11

For years, sex researchers, campus women's centers and the media have viewed college as a place where young women explore their sexuality, test boundaries, and, often, have their first, and only lesbian relationship.

The study also showed that women with four or more sexual partners in their lifetime were more likely to have had a female sexual partner, compared with women who had had no male partners or women who've had only one male partner.

Anjani Chandra, a health scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics said:

"There was speculation that it was possibly just experimentation among college girls but we didn't see anything to support that. We saw the opposite. When we look at college degreed women, they were less likely to report same-sex activity than other educational groups. Among men, there's more same sex activity among higher educated men. And for women, the highest level of same-sex activity was reported by those with less education."

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From "Study Undercuts View of College as a Place of Same-Sex Experimentation" by Tamar Lewin, New York Times 3/17/11

Six percent of college-educated women reported oral sex with a same-sex partner, compared with 13 percent who did not complete high school.

Lisa Diamond, a professor of psychology and gender studies at the University of Utah, said . . . “A lot of data shows that women’s sexuality is more hetero-flexible, more influenced by what they see around them.”

In the past, she said, a women with a single homosexual relationship would have been labeled gay, and urged to accept that identity. But now there is a growing sense that a lesbian relationship need not define a woman.

“It’s becoming more acceptable, at least in some parts of society, to see your sexual identity as fluid,” said Joan Westreich, a Manhattan therapist. “I see women whose first loves were women, who then meet and fall in love with a guy, and for whom it

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Also read Lesbianism NOT Genetic: Study