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Title: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HETEROSEXUAL AND LESBIAN WOMEN IN ACCEPTABILITY AND RISK PERCEPTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SEXUAL PERMISSIVENESS
Authors: HO ANQI
Keywords: dating, relationships, sex, risk, attitudes, lesbian
Issue Date: 26-Nov-2009
Source: HO ANQI (2009-11-26). DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HETEROSEXUAL AND LESBIAN WOMEN IN ACCEPTABILITY AND RISK PERCEPTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SEXUAL PERMISSIVENESS. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis examines differences between heterosexual and lesbian women in acceptability and risk perceptions associated with sexual permissiveness. In study one, 38 heterosexual and 38 lesbian women participated in focus group discussions to explore their views on relationships, sex, and virginity. Using the results of study one to clarify terms used, 101 heterosexual and 100 lesbian women completed self-report questionnaires that examined sexual risk perception and acceptability of sexual permissiveness. Results were discussed in the context of gender of partner, type of sex, morality markers, and lesbian immunity.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/16387
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