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Women are more likely to identify as bisexual – can research into sexual arousal tell us why?

By Chloe Tasker, PhD Candidate in Psychology, University of Essex
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Women’s sexuality is vastly understudied in science and is still considered a “taboo” subject. Often, the experiences of men have been taken as the norm in scientific research, yet there are important differences in the sexuality of men and women.

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