The younger you are, the more likely you are to be sexually fluid


Sexual orientation is fluid and continues to develop between the late teens and late 20s, a new study in the Journal of Sex Research has found. Researchers asked more than 12,000 people between 1995 to 2009 about who they were attracted to. Sexual orientation continues to develop because young people are more likely to explore their sexuality and gender identity, and to answer who they really are they frequently experiment. The study found that most research on sexual orientation defines participants with just one label, for example straight or gay, but this study acknowledges that sexuality is on a spectrum with many shades and “in-between experiences.” The study divided participants into nine categories: straight men, mostly straight or bi men, emerging gay men and men with minimal sexual expression, straight women, mostly straight discontinuous women, emerging bi women, emerging lesbian and women with minimal sexual expression.


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