The stuff they print in family newspapers these days! The latest study of American sexual practices is all over the media today, this version c/o USA TODAY:
Having sex doesn’t necessarily mean what you think.
In fact, having sex means different things to different people, the most comprehensive study of sexual health-related behaviors in recent years concludes.
The national survey of 5,865 Americans between 14 and 94, conducted by Indiana University researchers, found that the phrase “having sex” can encompass a variety of acts beyond intercourse, including masturbation and oral sex.
Study participants reported engaging in more than 40 combinations of acts during their most recent sexual encounters. And that did not include kissing.
The National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, which appears in the Journal of Sexual Medicine today, paints one of the most complete pictures of Americans’ behavior in the bedroom in recent years.
Details include how frequently people engage in sexual activity, what they do, and whether they take precautions when they do it…
[continues at USA TODAY]
Latest posts by majestic (see all)
- Creatives, designers and drugs: what are they on, and why? - May 16, 2016
- Why We Keep Dreaming of Little Green Men - May 15, 2016
- What Is The Value Of Conspiracy? - May 13, 2016