Associations between young adults' use of sexually explicit materials and their sexual preferences, behaviors, and satisfaction.

@article{Morgan2011AssociationsBY,
  title={Associations between young adults' use of sexually explicit materials and their sexual preferences, behaviors, and satisfaction.},
  author={Elizabeth M. Morgan},
  journal={Journal of sex research},
  year={2011},
  volume={48 6},
  pages={
          520-30
        }
}
This study examined how levels of sexually explicit material (SEM) use during adolescence and young adulthood were associated with sexual preferences, sexual behaviors, and sexual and relationship satisfaction. Participants included 782 heterosexual college students (326 men and 456 women; M(age) = 19.9) who completed a questionnaire online. Results revealed high frequencies and multiple types and contexts of SEM use, with men's usage rates systematically higher than women's. Regression… CONTINUE READING

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