Lesbianism begins at 30 for late-blooming ladies
Studies show a rise in the number of women who shun their men for gay relationships, says Julia Molony
Are female-to-female relationships more successful than those between members of the opposite sex?
When your most stable relationships are your same-sex friendships, it seems hardly surprising that you might contemplate turning them into something more.
Perhaps this, in part, explains a phenomenon that is of interest to psychologists and sociologists lately -- that of heterosexual women, often those who have had marriages and children, changing their minds later in life and identifying as gay.