4d sex

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Risk factors for college male sexual aggression that were both theoretically and empirically based were tested using multivariate regression analyses. These included substance abuse patterns, pornography consumption, negative gender-based attitudes, and child sexual abuse experiences. Regression analyses indicated that some gender attitudes, pornography use, and alcohol abuse were significant predictors of perpetration of sexual violence. Although a number of men were sexually abused as children, this risk factor did not predict sexual aggression as an adult. Many men reported alcohol-related sexual coercion and held many rape-supportive attitudes and beliefs.

Risk Factors for Male Sexual Aggression on College Campuses

The Relationship Between Digit Ratio (2D:4D) and Sexual Orientation in Men from China

We examined the relationship between 2D:4D digit ratio and sexual orientation in men from China and analyzed the influences of the components used to assess sexual orientation and the criteria used to classify individuals as homosexual on this relationship. A total of male and female participants took part in a web-based survey. Our results showed that heterosexual men had a significantly lower 2D:4D than heterosexual women and exclusively homosexual men had a significantly higher left 2D:4D than heterosexual men whereas only exclusively homosexual men had a significantly higher right 2D:4D than heterosexual men when sexual orientation was assessed via sexual attraction. The left 2D:4D showed a significant positive correlation with sexual identity, sexual attraction, and sexual behavior, and the right 2D:4D showed a significant positive correlation with sexual attraction.

The effects of sex, sexual orientation, and digit ratio (2D:4D) on mental rotation performance.

Objective: Sex differences are often reported in digit lengths and digit ratio 2D:4D. However, the ontogeny of these sex differences and their interrelationships are less well known. Digit length was determined by direct experimenter-measurement Sample I and direct self-measurement Sample II. Results: In both samples, there were significant main effects of sex and year-group, and a significant interaction effect on digit length. Digit length was positively related to age in both samples.
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