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Understanding that relations among theoretically-derived sex motives and corresponding sexual experiences are common across women with a diversity of sexual identities provides promise for generalized public health interventions.
On Facebook, for example, about 1 percent of men in Mississippi who list a gender preference say that they are interested in men; in California, more than 3 percent do. Persons who have sex for approach reasons i. Also, as expected Cooper et al.
Although initial sexual encounters may have lasting impact on subsequent sexual activity and development e.
It's oftentimes a calculated decision. That belief is more likely tied to someone's insecurity around their own masculinity, some experts say. A Kinsey-type scale was used to assess current sexual identity Kinsey et al.