Stability and change in same-sex attraction, experience, and identity by sex and age in a New Zealand birth cohort.

@article{Dickson2013StabilityAC,
  title={Stability and change in same-sex attraction, experience, and identity by sex and age in a New Zealand birth cohort.},
  author={Nigel Patrick Dickson and Thea van Roode and Claire Cameron and Charlotte Paul},
  journal={Archives of sexual behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={753-63}
}
Gaps remain in knowledge of changes in sexual orientation past adolescence and early adulthood. A longitudinal study of a New Zealand birth cohort was used to examine differences by age and sex in change in sexual attraction between 21 (1993/1994) and 38 years (2010/2011), sexual experiences between 26 and 38 years, and sexual identity between 32 and 38 years. Any same-sex attraction was significantly more common among women than men at all ages. Among women, any same-sex attraction increased… CONTINUE READING
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