Canadian and American sex therapists' perceptions of normal and abnormal ejaculatory latencies: how long should intercourse last?

@article{Corty2005CanadianAA,
  title={Canadian and American sex therapists' perceptions of normal and abnormal ejaculatory latencies: how long should intercourse last?},
  author={Eric W. Corty and Jenay M Guardiani},
  journal={The journal of sexual medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 5},
  pages={
          1251-1256
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Lay public perceptions about how long intercourse should last are discrepant from objective data on ejaculatory latencies. This may be problematic as the subjective interpretation of latency is a factor related to perceived distress with length of intercourse. AIM Quantify the opinion of expert sex therapists as to what are "adequate,""desirable,""too short," and "too long" intravaginal ejaculatory latencies. Method. A random sample of members of the Society for Sex Therapy and… CONTINUE READING
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