A study reviewed sexual habits and sexual behaviors of men who have sex with prostitutes. Researchers collected a wide variety of information to learn more about why men engage in sexual activity with prostitutes. The concept of someone selling their body for sexual pleasure or money is usually the subject of discussion. Yet, researchers who conducted this study felt the emphasis on why men engage in this activity is not explored much as it should. The idea of the study is to get a better understanding in the role of men, why they may do this and if they have elevated sexual tendencies (sexual wants and needs getting met).
Researchers conducted a study that reviews recreational sexual activities engaged by college students. The study included reviewing sexual behaviors done for leisure verse pleasure. Data collected may help provide intervention methods to help young adults, such as college students, reduce risky sexual activities. Professionals such as sex educators, healthcare providers and even the general public may provide valuable information and awareness.
Research data collected from Southern California University participants’ reviews needs of sexual intimacy. The study is also known as NSIS (Needs for Sexual Intimacy Scale). Different sexual issues were reviewed during the study including sexual desires, sexual attitudes and sexual awareness. Males were viewed to have higher levels of sexual needs and desires compared to females, but the study takes a look at different concepts on a broader scale. This is due to sexual intimacy being seen as more than just meeting desires and motivations, according to researchers.
Researchers survey close to 6,000 people regarding personal views on oral sex. People surveyed included married men and men who are in a relationship. When it comes to the subject of oral sex, some men believe other couples may do it more or less than others. About 34 percent of men who took part in the study claim they would seek a secret partner if they were not getting oral sex. Close to 8 percent of men claim they would pay someone for oral sex. While men who participated in the study are married or in a relationship, men of the same status who wouldn’t considered seeking oral sex from someone outside of their relationship was also part of the study (referred to as the controlled group).
Researchers collected data from various college universities throughout the United States to learn about contraceptive availability among college campus health centers. The study included reviewing available types of contraceptives, emergency contraceptives and service availability for sexually transmitted infections. Different factors were considered including college population, types of sexually transmitted diseases, demographics and more. The findings may help develop additional health solutions for college campuses across the United States in the future.