I'm a year-old woman in a heterosexual relationship who loves looking at young, beautiful women. My partner laughs at me and says I'm bisexual, but I have no strong desire to sleep with a woman. He often used to comment on the charms of younger women, but stopped when I told him that I found it disrespectful. So why do I find myself so drawn to young female sexuality? In our society, most sexually charged material one finds is female. That these images are usually of young women further indicates that your interest is a common and normative style of sexual conditioning.
Straight women have fewest orgasms
Women’s Porno: The heterosexual female gaze in porn sites “for women” | SpringerLink
Heterosexual women have fewer orgasms than men or lesbian or bisexual women, a study suggests. The findings came from a study of 52, people in the US, exploring the "orgasm gap" between the genders and different sexual orientations. The report in Archives of Sexual Behaviour revealed a "variety of behaviours couples can try to increase orgasm frequency". The study, by Indiana University, Chapman University and Claremont Graduate University, showed the proportion of people who usually orgasmed was:. The research team said: "The findings, however, indicate that this orgasm gap can be reduced. The study showed that "of particular importance was incorporating oral sex along with other activities during a sexual encounter". There was a clear pattern between more oral sex and more orgasms in heterosexual women, lesbian women, bisexual women, gay men and bisexual men.
I'm a heterosexual woman, but pictures of beautiful younger women arouse me
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To address this question, we employed a mindful attention intervention—aimed at reducing judgment and enhancing somatosensory attention—to examine the underlying attentional and neurobiological processes of OC and OI sexual stimuli among predominantly heterosexual women. Women exhibited greater neural activity in response to OC, compared to OI, sexual stimuli in regions associated with implicit visual processing, volitional appraisal and attention. In contrast, women exhibited greater neural activity to OI, relative to OC, sexual stimuli in regions associated with complex visual processing and attentional shifting. Results of the current study constrain hypotheses of female erotic flexibility, suggesting that sexual orientation may be maintained by differences in attentional processing that cannot be voluntarily altered.