A sample of African-American and white young adults were classified as having multiple sex partners or one sexual partner. Subjects with multiple sexual partners were more likely to use drugs and practice risky sexual behaviors such as having anal intercourse, having sexual Included in the survey were Black males, Black females, 40 White males , and. Estella C.
Marshall, Annecka Leolyn Orgasmic slavery? Black women (N = 35)were asked via questionnaires to provide information about various aspects of their sexual behavior (e.g., orgasm consistency. New research provides evidence that Black women are sexually objectified by White people to a greater degree than are White women.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. Black women (N = 35) were asked via questionnaires to provide informa- tion about various aspects of their sexual behavior (e.g., orgasm consis- tency. The authors do not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and have disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment.
Jump to navigation. tor of sexual intercourse. Research on African American adolescent female sexual behavior in the United States tends to focus on the experiences of the. Kinsey's findings regarding the sexual behavior of black women were compared with data from a more recent study of sexual socialization and experiences among women in Los Angeles County, Ca.
women. This is not to say that there were no moral parameters among the black work- ing class jior that all of their sexual values and behavior are healthy.
Empirical data are limited detailing the sexual behavior patterns of blacks. White females, when compared to black females, were more likely to have.
Population differences exist in personality and sexual behavior such that, in terms of . S. FisherPersonality correlates of sexual behavior in black women.
A geographically diverse sample of adult, heterosexual Black women (mean Gender roles, sociosexuality, and sexual behavior among US Black women.