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There is a growing body of research suggesting that women's preferences and behaviors differ during different phases of their menstrual cycle. However, the vast majority of past research focuses solely on heterosexual women. The present study furthers prior research by examining sexual minority women when they are most likely to be fertile (versus during other points in their menstrual cycles), and their attraction to potential partners outside their current relationships. Participants were &3doi:10.7282/t3r20zkt fatcat:d6ksa3bzbbcoddrbxf2pd52iwm