The research by University College London and Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge, also found that gay men and women were more likely to have higher numbers of sexual partners, compared with straight participants.
While 21.1 per cent of straight men claimed to have slept with at least 10 partners, among straight women the figure was 6.8 per cent.
Meanwhile, 84 per cent of gay men said they had slept with at least 10 partners, as did 33 per cent of bisexual men. And 28.9 per cent of bisexual women, and 14.3 per cent of lesbians said they had slept with at least ten partners, the study, published in BMJ sexual and reproductive health found.
That gay men are more promiscuous than hetero isn’t surprising. Hetero male chances are defined, perhaps limited, by female response in a manner that gay isn’t.
What does surprise is the lesbo number there…..more than hetero women?