A recent study reviews survey responses of female college students who completed Multidimensional Sexuality Questionnaire (MSQ) and Heterosexual Contact Scale (HCS) questionnaire. The questions were completed by women who may or may not initiate sexual contact with men. Women who didn’t initiate sexual contact scored lower on the MSQ in relation to factors such as sexual self-esteem and satisfaction. Factors such as geographic variations, anxiety and depression may be reasons why some scored lower than others.
A research study reviews graffiti content that was created by men and women found on bathroom walls in nine area bars in a Midwestern city. Yet, the study takes a look at psychological connections including sex and love that may be hidden within the context. Graffiti art has been studied in the past. This study is one of the most recent conducted with data focusing on other aspects that differ from studies completed years ago. The data from men and women were compared to note differences and similarities in the presence of graffiti art.