Brazilian sexual habits

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Objective: This study aims to evaluate the prevalence of sexual activity, factors associated with being sexually active, and sexual self-perception in women 50 years or older living in a Brazilian city. Methods: This population-based study applied a questionnaire to a random sample of Brazilian women 50 years or older, representative of a population of , women, to obtain data on sexual activity and women's perception of their sexual life as part of a broader study that dealt with women's health. Associations between sexual activity, women's perception of their sexual life, and demographic, behavioral, and medical characteristics were determined. Results: Overall, Of these,

[Sexual behavior and practices among men and women, Brazil 1998 and 2005]

[Sexual behavior and practices among men and women, Brazil and ]

Based on a survey developed in three Brazilian state capitals, this paper presents data and interpretations about the sexual practices and management of sexual desire among male and female youth. The findings indicate a close connection between gender and sexuality in modeling individuals' sexual trajectories and subjectivities. There is a higher acceptance of practices formerly considered to be deviant, revealing that sexual morality among youth has acquired a more modern configuration. This paper argues that there is a differentiated modernization of sexual values: gender disparities were detected in the answers of respondents in all social environments. The increasing flexibility of individual trajectories does not necessarily lead to gender equality.

The World's Best Orgasm

We may lead the world in many ways, but when it comes to our sex lives, Americans are a little flaccid. According to the Durex Global Sexual Wellbeing Survey, we rank third lowest in the world in how often we get it on. While less than half of us are content with our current erotic state of affairs, 81 percent of American women believe that sex is vital to health and happiness.
Objective: To compare basic findings from two studies on sexual behavior and practices among women and men and their associations with sociodemographic characteristics of this population. Methods: Data analyzed were obtained by a questionnaire applied to a probabilistic sample comprised of 3, people in , and 5, people in , all aged between 16 and 65 years, and living in urban areas of Brazil. Comparative analyses were performed by sex and year of research, and according to sociodemographic variables, using Pearson's chi-square test. Results: The number of sexual partners in the year that preceded the interview decreased from Variability in sexual behavior and practices according to age, level of education, marital status, religion and place of residence, in addition to specific characteristics based on sex, was observed.