Sexual Frequency

This class studies changing and adapting attitudes towards sex as people grow. For the first part of the survey, consider your answers in relation to your first partner. In the second part of the survey, consider your answers in relation to your current partner. If you do not have a current partner, use your most recent partner who is not your first partner. Remember that “Sex” includes more than just intercourse.

Definitions

  • Romantic partners refers to those individuals for whom you felt romantic affection.  This includes “last dates” when you considered the relationship over after that date/encounter.
  • Non-romantic partners are those with whom you had a casual relationship and did not consider them to be romantically attached to you.
  • Giving indicates that you provided the stimulation for your partner’s enjoyment, orgasm, ejaculation.  Mutual stimulation counts once as giving and once as receiving.
  • Receiving indicates that your partner provided the stimulation for your enjoyment, orgasm, and/or ejaculation.  Mutual stimulation counts once as giving and once as receiving.

Sexual Frequency Survey – First Partner

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