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Gender Differences in Pornography Consumption among Young Heterosexual Danish Adults
  • G. Hald
  • Psychology
    Archives of sexual behavior
  • 13 October 2006
It is argued that gender differences in social acceptability, adherence to gender stereotypes, traditions of gender sexuality, gender norms, and mating strategies are key factors in understandingGender differences in pornography consumption.
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