A growing number of women and men label themselves as bisexual compared with previous years It is more common for women to say they are bisexual than lesbian CNN A growing number of women and men say they are bisexual, according to the latest national survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As awareness about bisexuality has grown over the years, it could be getting easier for people to label themselves as bisexual, said Debby Herbenick, associate professor at Indiana University and author of the book "Sex Made Easy," who was not involved in the study. Many of the findings about sexual behavior, attraction and orientation were similar between the current survey and the previous family growth survey. Similar to previous surveys the group conducted, 1. However a few trends stood out. More women reported having had sexual contact with other women:
Length of ring and index fingers 'linked to sexuality'
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The length of a person's fingers could provide a clue to their sexuality, with women whose ring fingers are longer than their index digits more likely to be lesbian, a study has suggested. Researchers at Essex University looked at sets of identical twins where one of the siblings was heterosexual. They found that the homosexual twin tended to have a greater difference between the length of their index and ring finger, with the difference most pronounced among women. Previous research has indicated that exposure to the male hormone testosterone in the womb could be linked to differences in finger length and also to sexuality. Scroll down for video Researchers found that the homosexual twin tended to have a greater difference between the length of their index and ring finger, with the difference most pronounced among women How could your fingers reveal your sexuality? Men and women typically have different finger patterns.