The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released a report stating that more women seem to be experimenting with bisexuality, especially those in their late teens and twenties.
The survey was released Thursday by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics and shows that 11.5 percent of women, ages 18 to 44, said they’ve had at least one sexual encounter with another woman. Ten years earlier it was about 4 percent.
“There’s a certain higher level of discrimination (for men). It’s a lot easier for women to have these kinds of experiences and be open about it because it’s more accepted,” said Kat Fowler, a 27-year-old art student, who is bisexual.