Experts believe that women are more sexually fluid than men, meaning theyâ€™re less likely to associate with a particular orientation. Psychologist Dr Satoshi Kanazawa believes that evolution has led to women becoming open to intimacy with both genders. He claims that sexual fluidity is a means of â€średucing conflict and tension among co-wives in polygynous marriagesâ€ť.
The study, published in Biological Reviews, reveals that there are differences in male and female sexuality. Dr Kanazawa, from the London School of Economics and Political Science, explained: â€śThe theory suggests that women may not have sexual orientations in the same sense as men do. READ MORE