In which, he draws on data from The National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles the widest survey of sexual behaviour since the Kinsey Report to answers crucial questions like what are we all doing? How often? And how has it changed? In recognition of this essential tome, GQ asks Spiegelhalter to expand on some of the more illuminating findings and graphics from the book.
Large-scale study: Dutch people enjoy sex but still much sexual coercion occurs
Large-scale study: Dutch people enjoy sex but still much sexual coercion occurs | Rutgers
Archives of Sexual Behavior. This study used qualitative methods to assess why women engage in heterosexual anal receptive intercourse AI with a male partner. Four focus groups which comprised women from diverse ethnicities were conducted. All groups were digitally recorded for transcription; transcripts were analyzed using the methods of grounded theory to determine themes.
How the Normalization of Anal Sex Has Shifted the Conversation About Consent
Christine Markham, Ph. In the study, Markham and colleagues defined sexual intercourse as vaginal, oral or anal sex. According to their research, by age 12, 12 percent of students had already engaged in vaginal sex, 7. The study found one-third of sexually active students reported engaging in vaginal or anal sex without a condom within the past three months, and one-fourth had four or more partners. The more experienced students in all three types of intercourse were more likely to be male and African-American.
The risk of acquiring HIV through unprotected anal sex is at least 20 times greater than with unprotected vaginal sex and increases if other infections are already present in the rectal lining. Could the use of lubricants -- at least certain kinds -- be another risk factor among men and women who engage in receptive anal intercourse? Two studies presented at the International Microbicides Conference in Pittsburgh, suggest the answer is yes.