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For 1 in 16 US women, first sexual intercourse experience was rape, study says
Experience: I’ve slept with 3, men | Life and style | The Guardian
First sexual intercourse is an important experience in the young adult life course. While previous research has examined racial, gender, and socioeconomic differences in the characteristics of first sexual intercourse, less is known about differences by disability status. Regression analyses indicate that girls with mild or learning or emotional disabilities experience first sexual intercourse in different types of relationships than girls without disabilities. Adolescents with learning or emotional conditions have greater levels of discussion about birth control with their first sexual partners than those without disabilities. In addition, among those who do not use birth control at first sexual intercourse, girls with multiple or seriously limiting conditions are more likely to want a pregnancy—versus not want a pregnancy—at first sexual intercourse. Findings indicate that disability status is important to consider when examining adolescent sexuality; however, not all youth with disabilities have equal experiences. First sexual intercourse is an important life event that many adolescents consider a turning point in their personal development Beausang
The First Sexual Experience Among Adolescent Girls With and Without Disabilities
Researchers based their analysis on an annual survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which asked women ages 18 to 44 if they chose to have sex for the first time. Sex ed: Many parents wouldn't recognize it today — and metoo may change it even more. They had more unwanted pregnancies and abortions, the study says, and reported fair or poor health at double the rate of others. Rape at college: Why back to school is so dangerous for women. The study, which suggests one in 16 U.
But neither of us puts sex on a pedestal. My conservative estimate is about guys a year for more than three decades. Why do I do it?