So what does It Mean to Be a “Top” or a “Dominant” in Lesbian Intercourse?

So what does It Mean to Be a “Top” or a “Dominant” in Lesbian Intercourse?

Hello and welcome to component two of our show on which the hell we suggest once we say “top, ” “bottom” or “switch”! Final week we mentioned bottoms and submissives, and also this week we’re speaing frankly about tops and dominants. Let’s enter into it.

The Tops, Bottoms and Switches Intercourse Survey

Three weeks hence, I delivered you with a study about these slippery terms, and over 3.6k people arrived to generally share their tops and bottoms beside me. They are the demographics associated with respondents:

Demographics of Intercourse Survey Respondents // Age: Under 18 (1.2%), 18-24 (25%), 25-34 (56%), 35-44 (14%), 44+ (4.5%) // Sexual Orientation: Lesbian (43.4%), Queer (30%), Bi or Pansexual (19%), Gay (6.2%), Other (1%) // Gender Identity: Cis girl (71.2%), Trans woman (3.4%), Non-Binary or woman that is genderqueer9.5%), Non-Binary or Genderqueer Individual (7.6%), Other (8.2%) // Relationship Status: solitary or Dating, not sex that is having (30.6%), Solitary or Dating, Sex Frequently (8.7%), In A monogamous relationship (32.6%), In a relationship that is non-monogamous9.3%), Married & Monogamous (15.5%), Hitched & Non-Monogamous (3.2%)