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the Hite Report

Sexology A mid-1970s report on ♀ sexuality based on a questionnaire developed by Shere Hite. Cf Lesbianism.
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Her work builds on that of Alfred Kinsey and Shere Hite because, unlike other researchers who assume that real women should respond as portrayed in fictional media, they presented a more realistic picture of women's sexuality.
When Shere Hite published "The Hite Report: A Nationwide Study of Female Sexuality" in 1976, about one-third of the U.
Sex educator Shere Hite goes further to say that studies show that 75 per cent of women do not reach orgasm during intercourse.
The movement also raised the bar sexually: Shere Hite let women know in 1973 that if they could not reach orgasm through intercourse alone, they weren't aberrant -- they could ask for more and subtler sexual attention.
And Shere Hite, the sex expert and author of the Hite Report, just appalled you when she had a go at us.
These revelations came from the "high priestess" of sexology, Shere Hite, in her American best seller published in Britain today.
A who's-who of writers shared their thinking: Alice Walker, Jan Goodwin, Amy Goodman, Laura Flanders, Charlotte Bunch, Julianne Malveaux, John Stoltenberg, Naomi Wolf, Marge Piercy, Shere Hite and others.
Scroll down to a picture of Shere Hite and click the blue lettering "haar oproep" in the text.
We are so used to Masters and Johnson, Shere Hite, Nancy Friday et al compiling statistics about who does what to whom, that it is difficult to appreciate what new ground Kinsey was breaking when he published Sexual Behaviour in the Human Male in 1948.
The same sub-title could be given to a new work publicised this week by feminist author Shere Hite (and try saying that after six Bacardi Breezers).
Kinsey in 1948 and 1953, Masters and Johnson in 1966, and Shere Hite in 1976--are based on what volunteers chose to tell researchers.