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A new study has found that women who finish college are less likely to have had a same-sex experience than those who only completed high school.
The findings, from the CDC-funded National Survey on Family Growth, seems to show that the perception of women frequently experimenting in college may be a myth. The assumption that college was the place where many young women explore same-sex relationships led to the term LUG -- or "lesbian until graduation."
According to "13,500 responses, almost 10 percent of women ages 22 to 44 with a bachelor's degree said they had had a same-sex experience, compared with 15 percent of those with no high school diploma. Women with a high school diploma or some college, but no degree, fell in between."