The study, which looked at the sexual behavior and activities of over 13,000 15- to 44-year-olds, finds that college-educated women are actually the least likely to have had a same-sex experience; women without a high school diploma are the most likely.
But before we jump to the conclusion that same-sex coed encounters are a figment of overactive frat-boy imaginations, consider one more factor: the same study in 2002 showed that education had no impact on a woman's sexual experimentation. The difference in this year's study, in fact, is that more non-college-educated women are admitting to same-sex experiences, not that fewer undergrads are.
It's hard to pinpoint exactly what's going on here: Was the concept of LUGs overblown in the first place? Are non-college-educated women just becoming more comfortable with admitting to experimentation, as society becomes more accepting of it? Share your thoughts — and anecdotal evidence, if you have it — below.