Although straight women thought they were more aroused by the film depicting a man and woman, and lesbians thought they were more aroused by the film involving two women, films. Investigating an imprinting-like phenomenon in humans: Partners and opposite-sex parents have similar hair and eye colour.
Importantly, the authors do not believe that this research suggests that women are inherently bisexual; rather, they believe that women’s sexual attraction is more fluid or flexible than men’s (Chivers et al., 2004).
In an effort to more accurately assess the frequency of sexual thoughts, researchers first asked women to estimate how often they thought about sex per day.
Women self-reported thinking about sex about 6 times a day on average (Fisher et al., 2012).
The authors interpret this finding to show that women think about sex more often than they consciously realize, although they could not, of course, rule out the possibility that carrying the tally counters actually women to think about sex more often than they normally would.