The film seems to argue what us women have known for ages, but were perhaps too afraid to admit: sometimes, we like to kiss girls, and sometimes we can also get turned on by lesbian porn. With bisexuality becoming chic now (thanks Linlo and Samantha Ronson), I guess it was time to put these things onto a roll of film and send it out into the world. The studies found that women - despite sexuality - are turned on most by sensuality, which is most aptly portrayed in lesbian porn. What's more, women don't differentiate between gender the way that men do. There has always been more of a stigma against male/male relationships than with female/female. Perhaps men don't feel threatened by the lesbian dynamic and instead choose to use it to further their appreciation of the female form - okay, that's the overly PC way to put it. But according to these studies, biology matches up with society: men differentiate between gender during sex, while women don't.