The standard narrative of human sexual evolution says: But is that really true or relevant today? Are we designed to be sexual omnivores? Ryan explains that our sexual patterns are an outgrowth of agricultural models—which accounts for only about five percent of human history. Below, read up on some more lines of research that suggest out-of-the-box ideas about our sexuality.
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In a studyLisa M. Diamond of the University of Utah presented the results of a decade-long assessment of nearly 70 women who identified as lesbian, bisexual, or sexually unlabelable. Five times over the course of the study, the women detailed their sexual identities, attractions, behaviors, and their social and familial relationships. Which comes first—desire or arousal?