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      Does the sexual double standard still exist? Perceptions of university women

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      Journal of Sex Research
      Informa UK Limited

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          This meta-analysis surveyed 177 usable sources that reported data on gender differences on 21 different measures of sexual attitudes and behaviors. The largest gender difference was in incidence of masturbation: Men had the greater incidence (d = .96). There was also a large gender difference in attitudes toward casual sex: Males had considerably more permissive attitudes (d = .81). There were no gender differences in attitudes toward homosexuality or in sexual satisfaction. Most other gender differences were in the small-to-moderate range. Gender differences narrowed from the 1960s to the 1980s for many variables. Chodorow's neoanalytic theory, sociobiology, social learning theory, social role theory, and script theory are discussed in relation to these findings.
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                Journal
                Journal of Sex Research
                Journal of Sex Research
                Informa UK Limited
                0022-4499
                1559-8519
                November 1999
                November 1999
                : 36
                : 4
                : 361-368
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                10.1080/00224499909552008
                52ddf694-6443-4e67-a4f5-e603bdf71cb1
                © 1999

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