I'll try 2 and 3.
What else there is is limited only by your imagination. Generally, women are more cuddly and aware of one another's response than men are. It can be very pleasant for those of us who like it; it could be, at best, a big nothing for women not into one another.
STDs are a real danger with lesbian sex - if the women involved sleep around. Generally, lesbian relationships are more stable than gay male relationships but not always entirely so. When you meet new women, there are the same risks as with any sexual relationship. Body fluids are the medium of exchange of STDs and any time this exchange takes place, there are risks.
Many women (I believe a majority) do have some curiousity regarding sex with other women. Studies in girls' schools indicate a higher than expected level of sexual behaviour among the students. More recent studies have found a surprising incidence of outside female relationships among married women. How much of the curiousity is turnd into action, no one knows but it is hardly an unnatural curiousity. Whether or not any one woman should should explore is up to her.
Posted: 30 Sep 07:14