Oral contraceptives and sexuality in university women

@article{McCoy1996OralCA,
  title={Oral contraceptives and sexuality in university women},
  author={Norma L. McCoy and John R Matyas},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={1996},
  volume={25},
  pages={73-90}
}
The relationship between use of oral contraceptives and sexuality in university women who completed the McCoy Female Sexuality Questionnaire was examined. Pill users reported sexual intercourse earlier, were less likely to be virgins, more likely to have a sex partner, more apt to be engaging in petting and intercourse than nonusers, and reported more frequent intercourse than sexually active nonusers. Nonusers reported a greater frequency and enjoyment of anal intercourse than pill users. The… CONTINUE READING

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