Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 24th, 2003
In many surveys, men typically report engaging in sex at earlier age, more often, and with more sexual partners than do women. A new study shows, however, that some reported gender differences might show up because women don't always answer surveys honestly, but give answers they believe are expected of them.
"Women are sensitive to social expectations for their sexual behavior and may be less than totally honest when asked about their behavior in some survey conditions," said Terri Fisher, coauthor of the study and associate...
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