Disco clothing, female sexual motivation, and relationship status: Is she dressed to impress?

  title={Disco clothing, female sexual motivation, and relationship status: Is she dressed to impress?},
  author={K. Grammer and L. Renninger and B. Fischer},
  journal={The Journal of Sex Research},
  pages={66 - 74}
  • K. Grammer, L. Renninger, B. Fischer
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of Sex Research
  • The relationship between a female's clothing choice, sexual motivation, hormone levels, and partnership status (single or not single, partner present or not present) was analyzed in 351 females attending Austrian discotheques. We digitally analyzed clothing choice to determine the amount of skin display, sheerness, and clothing tightness. Participants self‐reported sexual motivation, and we assessed estradiol and testosterone levels through saliva sampling. Results show that females are aware… CONTINUE READING
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