Yep.One would assume that if amazons (or Wonder Woman in particular) did have habitual and constant physical relationships on the island then going out into the outside world and witnessing non-homosexual life going on around them might be shocking at first. This is, of course, after marveling (if inclined to do so) at this amazing new creature called "Men".
[/QUOTE]I would think the reaction would be to take a long pause and re-examine that aspect of her life before trying the "new flavor", so to speak.[/QUOTE]
Some probably would do that, and some would be happy with their existing relationships and orientation.
I do agree. Like I said before, some people may not be biologically capable of very much same-sex desire under any circumstances. For other people who are somewhat closer to the middle of the spectrum, cultural context may matter. So, if someone says being raised in an all-female society makes the average Amazon more likely to be attracted to her own sex, I don't think that's necessarily wrong.In the end, the point I made about 300 posts ago remains the same, and I'm likely sure you might be inclined to agree... Just because you come from a same-sex society does not make u gay, or bi.