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In a study of multi-ethnic National Longitudinal Study womeen Adolescent Sexr, also known as Add Health, a nationally representative study of American youth, 45 women of 7, women reported at least one virgin pregnancy. Yet more than 10 percent of young adults who had a confirmed positive STD reported abstaining from any eomen intercourse Sexw the last year before STD testing.
If we ask youth who have had sexual experience, only 22 percent of them report the same date of first sex the second time we ask about it. On average, people revise their reported age at first sex to older ages the second time. Boys have higher inconsistency reporting their first sex compared to females. Males are more likely than females to give inconsistent sexual information globally. Why do people lie about their sexual behavior?
There are many reasons. One is that people underreport stigmatized activities, such as having multiple sexual partners among women. They overreport the normative ones, such as higher frequency of sex for men. In both cases, people think their actual behavior would be considered socially unacceptable. This is also called social desirability or social approval bias. Social desirability bias causes problems in health research. It reduces reliability and validity of self-reported sexual behavior data.
Simply said, social desirability helps us look good. As gender norms create different expectations about socially acceptable behavior of men and women, males and females face pressures in reporting certain socially accepted behaviors. In particular, self-reports on premarital sexual experience is of poor quality. Also self-reports of infidelity are less valid.
Although most studies suggest these differences are due to the systematic tendency of men and women to exaggerate and hide their number of partners, there are studies that suggest much of this difference is driven by a handful of men and women who grossly inflate and underreport their sexual encounters. Even married couples lie Men and women also lie when we ask them who is making sexual decisions regarding who has more power when it comes to sexual decision-making.
We do not expect disagreement when we ask the same question from husbands and wives in the same couples. But, interestingly, there is a systematic disagreement. And, some of the sexual behaviors do vary by gender. For instance, men have more sex than women, and men less commonly use condoms. Men have more casual partners, regardless of the validity of their report. Secretive females, swaggering males Studies have found that on average, women report fewer nonmarital sexual partners than men, as well as more stable longer relationships.
Society expects men to have more sexual partners, and women to have fewer sexual partners. According to the sexual double standardthe same sexual behavior is judged differently depending on the gender of the sexual actor Milhausen and Herold Interestinglymen are more likely to endorse a double standard than women. Self-serving bias is common As humans, self-serving bias is a part of how we think and how we act.
We report on sexual behaviors which are normative and accepted to protect ourselves, and avoid stress and conflict. That will reduce our distinction from our surroundings, and will help us feel safe. As a result, in our society, men are rewarded for having a high number of sexual partners, whereas women are penalized for the same behavior. Until then, researchers should continue questioning the accuracy of their data.
Computerized interviews may be only a partial solution. Increasing privacy and confidentiality is another partial solution.