More ‘straight’ young women are having gay sexual experiences and fewer believe that their gender is something that is fixed, according to new research.  A quarter of 18 to 24-year-old women admit to having a fling with someone of the same sex, and a third confess they have been attracted to someone outside of their defined sexuality. Only a third of the age bracket – described as The Pioneers,

‘the new generation of sexual fluidity’ – think marriage is relevant to their lives, and 45 per cent would consider having a baby without a partner. Two thousand women were questioned on their views on gender by Grazia magazine and Onepoll, with the results indicating that negative experiences such as feeling disadvantaged at work have led to many rejecting the traditional ideas of womanhood. READ MORE