precoital


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precoital

(prē-kō′ĭ-tăl) [″ + coitio, a going together]
Prior to sexual intercourse.
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In the few studies that have looked at precoital sexual experiences, the aim has typically been to identify factors that trigger the start of sexual intercourse (L'Engle et al.
Se observa que las puntuaciones mas bajas se obtienen para los ultimos dos items de la EAS, correspondientes a expresiones de mayor intimidad sexual pregenital, precoital o penetrativa.
Just over one third reported engaging in precoital behavior; of those students, 43% had ever had intercourse.
Top of the list would have to be Gallagher smearing his face with Lillias White's crimson lipstick at the end of act one, and then kicking off act two with a post-"Sadie, Sadie," precoital moment with Jane Krakowski.
Respondents completed an anonymous questionnaire that included demographic data, age at first intercourse, and a 7-item scale to assess precoital sexual activity.
At the weaker end of the spectrum, a smarmy salesman (Roberts) materializes in a crestfallen couple's bedroom, urging them to sign precoital contracts.
13) Furthermore, advisors began to claim for the first time that precoital erotic activity was an essential part of normal sexuality.
For example, the category sexual responsibility included the subcategories unprotected intercourse, fear of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS, precoital vs.
Compared with women who used no precoital contraceptive method, condom users were more likely and pill or injectable users were no less likely to use emergency contraception.
1) In analyses controlling for demographic characteristics, reported levels of precoital sexual activity and intercourse among both whites and blacks were positively related to exposure to sexual content in media.
Having a boyfriend or girlfriend may increase the opportunity for engaging in precoital behaviors, which may be followed by sex.
Miller and colleagues (8) divided abstinent high school students into two groups: "Delayers" reported that they were unlikely to initiate sexual intercourse in the next year and had limited sexual experience, whereas "anticipators" reported that they were unsure or likely to initiate intercourse and had significant precoital sexual experience.