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social acceptance and promiscuity

2013-06-05 15:50:44.777117+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Since you're undoubtedly going to run across commentary based on articles badly rewritten from this press release: Cornell Chronicle: Study: Women reject promiscuous female peers as friends.

For the study, 751 college students provided information about their sexual experience and views on casual sex. They read a near-identical vignette about a male or female peer, the only difference being the character’s number of lifetime sexual partners (two or 20). When asked about the person on a range of friendship factors, female participants – regardless of their own promiscuity – viewed sexually permissive women more negatively on nine of 10 friendship attributes, judging them more favorably only on their outgoingness.

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#Comment Re: made: 2013-06-05 16:27:07.456472+00 by: Dan Lyke

Heather Corinna at Scarleteen: Living In a World of Prudes, Sluts and Nobodies At All.