Sexual fluidity is one or more changes in sexuality or sexual identity sometimes known as sexual orientation identity. Sexual orientation is stable and unchanging for the vast majority of people, but some research indicates that some people may experience change in their sexual orientation, and this is more likely for women than for men. The scientific consensus is that sexual orientation is not a choice. The results of a large-scale, longitudinal study by Savin-Williams, Joyner, and Rieger indicated that stability of sexual orientation identity over a six-year period was more common than change, and that stability was greatest among men and those identifying as heterosexual. This could be attributed to females' higher erotic plasticity or to sociocultural factors that socialize women to be more open to change. Due to the gender differences in the stability of sexual orientation identity, male and female sexuality are not treated as functioning via the same mechanisms.
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This week, we're talking about the elephant in the anime viewing room. It's a particular type of "forbidden relationship" that crops up on a pretty regular basis, where dudes have a chance at sleeping with their sisters. I'm not going to pretend to know why this trope is common beyond a lot of theorizing and supposition, but the number of different sister types in anime is boundless.