I've seen it's really the opposite." And of course, the media plays a role in girl-on-girl attraction, only fueling the fire of our confusion.
Not only have pop stars like Lady Gaga made bisexuality mainstream, but women can't help but ogle beautiful women — they are everywhere we turn. D., analyzed billions of web information including web searches, erotic websites and e-books, and found that women are just as likely to search for "sexy pictures of Ryan Gosling" as "sexy pictures of Jessica Alba." How about that."Women in the media are often sexualized and women constantly get the message that appearance should be important to them, so they're used to viewing women in a sexualized way," says Morgan.
my Yearbook continued to roll out new functionality, including an instant messaging client, a real-time stream, and mobile applications, and in 2012 the site was renamed Meet Me.
With a renewed focus on helping users make new friends, instead of keeping in touch with friends from the past, Meet Me found more success than ever. Meet Me is a social discovery service that is committed to making “meeting people fun through social games and apps.” Signing up is easy, filling out a profile is a speedy process, and interaction with other users is entertaining.
A study reveals that women's sexual preferences tend to be a gray area (yep, identity confusion wasn't just for those college dorm days).
In fact, researchers at Boise State University found that in a group of heterosexual women, 60 percent were physically interested in other women, 45 percent made out with a woman in the past, and 50 percent had fantasies about the same sex. Sometimes when I catch myself staring at a beautiful woman in the grocery store, I wonder about my own sexuality. (At least according to society.) Would I date a woman?
I'm not sure, but I am attracted to the beauty of other women — and they're so much easier to understand psychologically than men.
We girls form deep relationships through friendships, which some say are the basis of love.The data has been gathered from such sources as blogs, online newspaper and magazine articles, company financial statements, company advertising information packages, the actual dating service website, and multiple website measurement services.I've decided to organize the statistics and facts into two main areas.my Yearbook was born, and would go on to hire over 100 employees, raise million in funding, lay claim to over 20 million members and 1.2 billion monthly page views, and earn million in revenue.Not too shabby for a site founded by high schoolers.After joining, members can add more detailed information to their profiles or customize their profile links.