Are Most Women Secretly Bi?

FIRST-TIMER: Previously straight character played by Susan Sarandon smooches with sexy siren who seduced her (Rae Dawn Chong).

FIRST-TIMER: Previously straight character played by Susan Sarandon smooches with sexy siren who seduced her (Rae Dawn Chong).

In Hollywood, straight women are routinely “turned gay,” no matter how many decades they’ve spent as heterosexuals. In the 2011 movie, “Jeff Who Lives at Home,” a straight mom played by Susan Sarandon, then 65, is flipped by Rae Dawn Chong’s character within a matter of minutes, although having shown no previous sexual interest whatsoever in women. In “Sex and the City,” heterosexual nymphomaniac Samantha Jones abruptly switches to women, and has a steamy affair with luscious Latina Sonia Braga. Is this simply a fantasy of male screenwriters? Certainly straight males in movies are not so easily cajoled into jumping ship.

On the other hand, I do recall that at college parties it took only a few beers for some coeds to begin dancing with each other provocatively and even trade playful kisses. One often heard of casual experimentation with bisexuality being “fashionable” among college women. So, does every straight woman have a gay side waiting to come out?

Kim Catrall as Samantha Jones gets wet with Sonia Braga in "Sex in the City."

Kim Catrall as Samantha Jones gets wet with Sonia Braga in “Sex in the City.”


The author of this blog penned the love story The Blood of Titans, available on Amazon.com.

The author of this blog penned the love story The Blood of Titans, available on Amazon.com.

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2 thoughts on “Are Most Women Secretly Bi?

  1. I think a lot of women would say “no” to your question but I’ve always been of a mind that women are just ‘better’ about this than men are. They can kiss, cuddle, or even make love with each other and then might not ever utter the words “bisexual” or “gay” – I’ve seen them just shrug and say, “You know how it is…”

  2. I think a lot of women would say “no” to your question but I’ve always been of a mind that women are just ‘better’ about this than men are. They can kiss, cuddle, or even make love with each other and then might not ever utter the words “bisexual” or “gay” – I’ve seen them just shrug and say, “You know how it is…”

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