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The Quiet Rise of Sexual Fluidity on College Campuses

lisa diamondLisa Diamond, a professor of psychology and gender studies, defines sexual fluidity as the capacity for “situation-dependent change in one’s sexual attractions.” She further explains that she thinks the capacity for fluidity might be biologically based but triggered by social factors, meaning those born into cultures with rigid ideas about sexuality might have a lesser chance of discovering their capacity for fluidity. Read more.

Last Updated: 7/17/19