University of Alberta researcher Brea Malacad says results from a study on oral sex indicate there is little doubt that oral sex is becoming a more common activity for young women. Study results show the act has become a fundamental part of what Malacad calls the "sexual revolution of the 21st century. Viral urban myths such as rainbow parties an alleged group-sex event where women, all wearing different colored lipstick, perform oral sex on men and media reports of the "exploitation and over-sexualization of young women," as Malacad explains it, was part of the decision to undertake the study to understand what young women are really doing and what it means for the teens, parents and for sex education in general. Malacad's findings reveal that behaviours and attitudes towards oral sex are changing.
Changes in American Adults' Sexual Behavior and Attitudes, 1972-2012
Changes in American Adults' Sexual Behavior and Attitudes,
A new annual study released on May 17 th by Avvo delves deep into issues surrounding modern romance, uncovering new data about how people find love and think about relationships in America. The study surveyed a wide swath of American adults across gender, age, and sexual orientation, covering a wealth of topics; respondents were asked to give their opinions on divorce, online dating, same-sex marriage, polyamory, and more. The results indicate that while Americans continue to wrestle with technology and have varying levels of comfort with the current relationship landscape, there are some old-fashioned ways people find each other that continue to flourish. Divorced Americans were asked who was responsible for the end of their marriage. Of the people Avvo polled, a significantly larger number of women than men point the finger at their spouses.
New Avvo survey explores modern attitudes around love, sex, and dating
New results published in The Lancet as part of the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles Natsal survey reveal how sexual behaviour and attitudes in Britain have changed in recent decades. Data from three Natsal studies, carried out every 10 years, demonstrate changes in age at first sex, number of sexual partners and prevalence of sexual practices, as well as attitudes towards sex. The survey was originally carried out in and then again in , but only among people years.
Metrics details. In recent years, more adolescents are engaging in premarital sex in China. However, only a limited number of studies have explored out-of-school youth's sexual attitudes and behaviors, critical for prevention intervention development. Using data from the baseline survey of a comprehensive sex education program that was conducted in a suburb of Shanghai in —, this study describes sexual attitudes, patterns of communication on sexual matters, and premarital sexual behavior among 1, out-of-school youth. Multivariate logistic regression analysis was conducted to examine the factors associated with youth's premarital sexual intercourse.