Sexual Behavior in the Human Male

  title={Sexual Behavior in the Human Male},
  author={Rich Holcomb and Alfred Charles Kinsey and Wardell Baxter Pomeroy and Clyde E. Martin},
  journal={Journal of Criminal Law \& Criminology},
"Sexual Behavior in the Human Female" was originally published in 1953, five years after the male volume. The material presented in this book was derived from personal interviews with nearly 6,000 women; from studies in sexual Anatomy, Physiology, Psychology, and Endocrinology. The book presents data on the incidence and frequency with which women participate in various types of sexual activity. The authors show how such factors as age, decade of birth, and religious adherence are reflected in… 

The History of Female Sexuality in the United States

The course of sexuality for the American female has gone through remarkable changes, from the variety of sexual customs found in early colonial days to the repressions of the 19th century and the

Treatment Of Common Male And Female Sexual Concerns

The form and direction of sexual behaviors is principally determined by sociopsychological influences (6, 9, 11, 23, 62). The influence of culture on what is considered “normal” sexual behavior can

New data about female sexual response.

  • C. Butler
  • Psychology
    Journal of sex & marital therapy
  • 1976
Responses indicated that, on the average, the strength and degree of gratification provided by an orgasm is not related to the method of induction or to the subjective localization of the pulsating sensations.

The Sexual Experience of Afro-American Women

Documentation of sexual behavior in America was left to personal accounts, fantasy, and imagination until 25 years ago, when Kinsey and his research group published the shocking findings that 1 out

Sexuality in aging: A study of 106 cultures

Human Relations Area Files data relating to sexual activity among older individuals in 106 traditional societies were studied to identify cross-cultural patterns of variability in sexual behavior occurring with age, suggesting cultural as well as biological factors may be key determinants inSexual behavior in the later part of life.

Ideology and Sexuality among Victorian Women

In recent years, American society has engaged in what is frequently described as a “sexual revolution” involving significant changes in relationships between men and women. As a result of extensive

Adolescent sexual behavior.

The pregnancy rate has increased dramatically in this age-group because of the general lack of willpower and moral strength of young people; lack of adult role models; sexual exploitation of the young, particularly by mass media and industries; and aversion of teenagers to contraception.

Androgens and sexuality.

The occurrence of atypical sexual experience among various female patient groups

Clinical interviews with the use of a standard examination format were used to determine sexually atypical experiences in 373 women, finding patients with a sexual dysfunction had been the object of sexual abuse in childhood significantly more often than women in the other groups.



Role of the Hormones in Human Sexuality

  • W. Perloff
  • Biology, Psychology
    Psychosomatic medicine
  • 1949
It was observed that in lower animals, females mated only when estrogenic production was at its height, which lent further proof to the thesis that sexual behavior was under direct and specific hormonal control.

The Primate Basis of Human Sexual Behavior

  • G. Miller
  • Psychology
    The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1931
BY GERRIT S. MILLER, JR. United States National Maseum, Washington, D. C. H U UMAN sexual behavior is ordinarily regarded as a subject that can be understood from the study of man alone. More than

Sexual Disorders in the Male

This book is not one that can be described as "just another book on psychopathology". It is the outcome of much individual and original thought applied to the problems presented by a large number of


A better insight into the mechanism of sexual development and sex differentiation points to the essential bisexuality of man, as substantiated by many observations on laboratory animals.


It has been known that the sexual impulse tends to continue in animals after castration, and many castrated men continued to possess sexual impulses, as noted by medical observers in countries where eunuchism was produced and eunuchs were employed.


The clinical records of 250 male nonpsychotic sex offenders, admitted consecutively to the psychiatric division of Bellevue Hospital over a period of thirteen months, were studied and Pedophilia and exhibitionism were the most frequent types of offense.


The data demonstrate that there is an acceleration of development in women at the first menses, and two successive generations of the same family under much the same physical conditions.

Limitations and Complications of Organotherapy in Male Homosexuality

In the course of an extended study of the biological and temperamental characteristics of homoerotic and homosexual individuals it was deemed advisable to make a series of clinical trials of organotherapy in a small group of male homosexuals.


This review shows that only very few physiological reactions are sufficiently rapid and definite to be used as assay methods in the purification and isolation of the male sex hormones.

Different intensities of sexual activity in relation to the effect of testosterone propionate in the male rabbit.

It has been previously reported that there is no consistent effect of testosterone propionate on sperm concentration, total number of spermatozoa or volume of fluid portion of the semen in the rabbit but there was a significant increase in sexual libido and of seminal “glairy” substance in the treated animals over that in the controls.