Experimenting with someone of the same sex is (thankfully) less taboo than it's ever been.
And according to a new survey from the sex toy company Adam and Eve, 30 percent of women have done just that.
Here are a few of their stories:"I was studying abroad in South Africa when my roommate revealed that she was a lesbian.
Having been struggling with my own sexuality, I boldly told her that I thought we would end up making out.
Since her, I've only been with women." —Lauren, 23"It was my first time with a woman and my first time participating in a threesome—so I was doubly nervous.
I knew she was gay, and I wasn't sure about my own identity.High school days are the busiest for teenagers because of the rigorous school work and preparation needed for .And unsurprisingly, many families don’t approve dating before college because they see it as a distraction from student responsibilities.In fact, relationships are sometimes even prohibited by teachers or school principals in China, who need to make sure that their students stay on track.Of course flirting is still present in both cultures.