Attitudes Toward, and Use of, Vibrators in China

  title={Attitudes Toward, and Use of, Vibrators in China},
  author={She Jing and Alixe Lay and Laura Maria Weis and Adrian Furnham},
  journal={Journal of Sex \& Marital Therapy},
  pages={102 - 109}
ABSTRACT The current study examined the relationship between traditional masculine traits and attitudes toward vibrator use, actual vibrator use, and frequency of vibrator use in China. In all, 235 Chinese females aged between 16 and 58 years completed a questionnaire regarding attitudes toward, and personal use of, vibrators. The results showed a positive association between masculine traits and attitudes toward women's vibrator use, attitudes toward vibrator use and actual vibrator use, as… Expand
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