Thus, when men talk about sex in a self-assured manner, using terminology consistent with hegemonic masculinity that marks their dominance, their power and privileged status in sexual encounters and relationships is reinforced and valued over other expressions of sexuality Logan As much as she enjoys talking about and talks about sex in certain social circles, she does not talk about it generally with ease.
Dilemmas of desire: Teenage girls talk about sexuality. Comfort also comes into play when intimate partners discuss sex Gavey et al. Code Development Following the recommendations set forth by Braun and Clarkecode development was an inductive, deductive, and iterative process.
On the General Social Survey a biennial statistical profile of the US population funded by the National Science Foundation57 percent of people who identify as gay 40 percent of gay men and 78 percent of lesbian women report having had one or more opposite-sex sex partners since age eighteen.
Pre-Marital Preoccupations. Sexualities under Suspicion. Because the distribution of forces is never perfectly equal, the discourses that are socially dominant evolve over time. As dominant discourses of sexuality often reinforce social inequalities, programme implementation of young people's suggestions may perpetuate these.
Life in West Sumatra is a timeless reminder of an old anthropological axiom.
Harriet Evans. Ray, J. Given the desexualization of women as they age, marry, and become mothers Montemurro and Siefken ; Dempsey and Reichertolder or married women may feel hesitant to reveal their sexual interests or concerns because they sense that women of their status are not supposed to desire sex or show it.
Personal characteristics, sexual behavior, and male sex work: A quantitative approach. Wyatt, G. Gender and Society, 23 5— Cohn, C.
Formative sexual communications, sexual agency and coercion, and youth sexual health. This may complicate their feelings of entitlement to sexual pleasure Armstrong et al. It examines a wide range of materials - the official and popular press, women's magazines, sex education publications, self-help guides and medical advice pamphlets - and compares and contrasts the various discourses of sexuality and the meanings associated with 'woman' that emerge from them.