It's time to Kiss and Tell! From firsts to worsts, we're talking swapping spit all Valentine's week long. In this installment, people talk about their first queer kiss. It's hard to describe the feeling of a first queer kiss. It's obviously like any other first kiss in that it can be exciting, scary, sexy, awkward, and mind-blowing at the same time. But for many, the first time they kiss another queer person, or a person of the same gender, there's a whole different kind of spark. It can feel like something entirely new and entirely right at once, pulling back the curtain to reveal a world you might not have been sure about but are excited to enter.
Studies Say Women are More Fluid in Their Sexuality
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These so-called flexisexuals say that although they are not gay or even bisexual, they enjoy flirting and kissing girls -- but they still enjoy having sex with men. One female senior at Hofstra University in New York said she is apt to turn to women when she's had too much to drink. The student, who declined to give her name for fear a future employer might Google her sexual escapades, is one of many young women who are more flexible in their attitudes about sex. Experts say they may be influenced by the growing visibility of same-sex couples and more open attitudes about sex in general. Pop culture, itself, seems to celebrate that flexibility in songs like Katie Perry's, "I Kissed a Girl [and I Liked It]," a song that year-old Alisha Garrison said "made girls be more free to do whatever they want.