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Can you say “ARRRRRRRRGGGGGGG!!!!!!????????”
Only 20% of University students think that oral sex is, well, sex. Yikes!
we’ve got some work to do. So please make sure your kids know that oral sex is
sex. Penis/Vulva + any orifice = sex.
In 2007, a convenience sample of 477 university
students participated in a survey that included the question “Would you say you
‘had sex’ with someone if the most intimate behavior you engaged in was” each
of 11behaviors. Chi-square tests and independent samples t tests were used to
assess gender differences, and chi-square analyses were used to compare the
data with similar data collected in 1991. Predictors of beliefs concerning the
classification of oral-genital contact were assessed using logistic regression
RESULTS: The majority of respondents indicated that penile-vaginal
intercourse and penile-anal intercourse constitute sex (98% and 78%,
respectively), but only about 20% believed the same was true of oral-genital
contact. The proportion classifying oral-genital contact as sex in 2007 was
about half that in 1991. This difference was consistent for both sexes and for
both giving and receiving oral-genital stimulation. Responses did not vary by
respondents’ sexual experience or demographic characteristics.
Read more here http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/psrh/full/4207410.pdf