Hite Report

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A mid-1970s report on female sexuality based on a questionnaire developed by Shere Hite in New York City in the 1970s, while at Columbia University and the National Organizaton for Women
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Despite replicating both the location and methods of the Hite report, our regression analysis finds that prices fall--not rise --as distance from the quarry increases.
Dr Hite's book The New Hite Report, an update to her revolutionary report on female sexuality, makes clear that men need to learn more about the clitoris, the female sexual organ.
BRITISH women are the most sexually confident in the world, according to the latest edition of the controversial Hite Report launched yesterday.
Maines responds to the dearth in reliable data about women's sexual lives by relying upon the Hite report and then projecting backwards the sexual dissatisfaction that women discussed in that survey.
"During the last 25 years, women have changed their relationship with men, but their ties with other women have not been altered," says Shere Hite, 56, whose "The Hite Report on Female Sexuality," published in 1976, was selected as one of the best 100 books of the 20th century by the London Times.
Here Esterhazy pays tribute to The Hite Report on female sexuality: he used it as a guide for his "questionnaires" in this chapter.
THE HITE REPORT ON THE FAMILY: Growing Up Under Patriarchy.
If such fountains of scholarship as Alfred Kinsey's famous "reports," Cosmopolitan, and Shere Hite's Hite Report (1987) are to be believed, there's a whole lot of cheating going on in America.
Statistics in Dr Shere Hite's book, The New Hite Report, show that, while only 15 per cent of women had had a sexual relationship with a women, 71 per cent were curious or would like to try one.
The latest edition of The Hite Report said British women, in common with their counterparts in New Zealand and Australia, were finding sexual independence through their individual relationships at home and at work.
Wade, before the full flowering of the women's movement, before The Joy of Sex and The Hite Report, before Masters and Johnson "discovered" the clitoral orgasm--in short, before most of the events that demarcate the sexual revolution.