Women, Men, and the Bedroom Methodological and Conceptual Insights That Narrow, Reframe, and Eliminate Gender Differences in Sexuality

@inproceedings{Conley2011WomenMA,
  title={Women, Men, and the Bedroom Methodological and Conceptual Insights That Narrow, Reframe, and Eliminate Gender Differences in Sexuality},
  author={Terri D. Conley and Amy Catherine Moors and Jes L. Matsick and Ali Ziegler and Brandon A. Valentine},
  year={2011}
}
  • Terri D. Conley, Amy Catherine Moors, +2 authors Brandon A. Valentine
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • Many researchers have elucidated large, well-established, and reliable gender differences in sexuality, but relatively few have empirically examined conditions under which these differences can be eliminated. This article investigates some established sexuality gender differences in greater depth. We demonstrate how creative theoretical and empirical approaches may shed light on prevalent misconceptions concerning sex-related gender differences. 

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