In 2012, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) asked approximately 180,000 UK adults what their self-perceived sexual identity was.
A remarkably low 0.5% of females answered bisexual, with 0.7% answering gay/lesbian.
In ’s online poll of 4,400 women, over half of respondents admit they would have sex with another woman, but only if no one found out.
Society’s growing acceptance of bisexuality, will hopefully encourage more women to be open about their desires.
The troubling National Association for Research & Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) suggests its both.
Freud, Alfred Kinsey and Tantric practitioners agree that everyone is bisexual to some extent.
The sexual response cycle also plays a part in bisexuality in women.