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Perhaps your union is based on a mutually-agreed desire for an open marriage, which means you are both free to explore polyamorous relationships without any guilt of being labelled a cheating housewife?And maybe your husband can seek out his own dalliances with bisexual or bi-curious men in an open and loving manner?You’ll also find a smattering of comments about the need for ‘penance’ by women engaging in illicit homosexual or pansexual activities in Christian, Arabic and Jewish texts in medieval Europe. However, research does indicate that alternative relationships are increasing – and becoming more acceptable in society.It wouldn’t be until the late 19th century that lesbianism (or bisexuality) would become more culturally visible in England and continental Europe. One only has to look to popular culture – with TV shows like ‘Ellen,’ ‘The L Word,’ and ‘Orange is the New Black’ and films like ‘Carol’ and ‘The Kids Are Alright’ - as well as songs such as Katy Perry’s ‘I Kissed A Girl’ - to see a growing embrace of alternative lifestyles.But if you don’t give it a shot, you may always regret not trying.” While there are any number of married dating websites and affair apps on the internet, not all will offer you the same level of privacy and discretion as the world’s leading service provider.At Ashley we’re here to help folks take that first step from imagining erotic happiness to making it a reality.
By the 20th century, while not necessarily condoned, lesbianism and pansexuality of women became more tolerated, culminating in the political lesbianism of the 1960’s, the infamous New York Stonewall Riots in 1969 and the ushering in of lesbian feminism in the 1970’s. And how sexual orientation can vary for women depending on their circumstances, time of life, environment, or simply biology.
Is it a logical and overdue result of fending off traditional male dominance?
Has the “me-too” era moved beyond the workplace into its next phase within the home?
Whatever the case, it is encouraging to know married men and married women now have choices to pursue their inner most desires without being boxed in to a defined stereotype for the duration of their romantic lives. Anne Ridley in a 2017 interview with Toronto Sun reporter Simone Page, have cited the Alfred Kinsey model of sexuality and his 6 point scale whereby subjects at 0 were confirmed heterosexuals, those at 6 were deemed homosexual and most of us fall in the middle.
However, more contemporary studies now refer to “sexual fluidity,” which basically means attraction levels are not fixed but change according to a variety of factors. Lisa Diamond, a professor of psychology and gender studies at the University of Utah and author of the book ‘Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women’s Love and Desire’ is quoted as saying “Fluidity represents a capacity to respond erotically in unexpected ways due to particular situations or relationships.