When it comes to sexual attraction, women have options. According to recent research from the University of Notre Dame, "women’s sexuality may be more flexible and adaptive than men's." This flexibility means that more women than you might expect are open to dating both women and men.
Reading this study, I couldn't help but wonder what it's really like going from dating men to women. Other than the obvious -- never having the "you left the toilet seat up" fight -- how do the two experiences compare? And do you have to learn a whole new set of dating rules when you start this new chapter in your dating life?
I spoke with nine women, some of whom identify as bisexual and some as lesbians, to find out what dating women versus dating men is really like. Go on and click. You know you're curious too!