the Hite Report

the Hite Report

Sexology A mid-1970s report on ♀ sexuality based on a questionnaire developed by Shere Hite. Cf Lesbianism.
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The Hite Report on Male Sexuality, by Shere Hite (Mac-lUir.
Questionnaire-based studies, such as the Hite report on female sexuality in 1976, suggested 70 per cent of women do not have orgasms through penetrative sex alone, but climax easily as a result of direct clitoral stimulation.
The Hite Report On Women Loving Women does not reveal much sisterly feeling on either side.
The Hite Report of Male Sexuality showed kissing was considered the most enjoyable of all the different methods of foreplay.
He had a water bed, of course, and copies of Masters and Johnson, The Hite Report, The Joy of Sex, and More Joy.
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.
Dr Shere Hite caused a sensation when she published The Hite Report on Female Sexuality in 1976, which detailed the sexual feelings of American women.
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.
But according to the Hite Report On Male Sexuality, many men want more kissing in their relationships.
Here Esterhazy pays tribute to The Hite Report on female sexuality: he used it as a guide for his "questionnaires" in this chapter.
The controversy that erupted after the publication of Shere Hite's previous books, The Hite Report on Female Sexuality (1976), The Hite Report on Men and Male Sexuality (1981) and Women and Love: A Cultural Revolution in Progress (1987), flared up before U.
The Hite Report on Female Sexuality caused a sensation when it was published in 1976.
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