Talk:Global study dispels some myths about sexual behaviour

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Went though the report [1] press releases etc Brian | (Talk) | New Zealand Portal 05:06, 1 November 2006 (UTC)

earns BNZ the coveted Most Gratuitous Use of Photograph of Couple Kissing Award.  — Doldrums(talk) 05:59, 1 November 2006 (UTC)

something wrong here: The study also found that contrary to popular belief, sexual activity is not starting earlier. Nearly everywhere, men and women have their first sexual experiences in their late teens; from 15 to 19 years old — with generally younger ages for women than for men, especially in developing countries. In some instances, married women may be at more risk than single women. - capi

--That makes perfect sense. Assuming that men do statistically cheat on their wives more often than women cheating on their husbands, it follows that since condom usage is very low among married couples, the risk of a monogamous wife contracting an STD from her cheating husband would spike dramatically (it would be a similar case if the woman was the one being promiscuous and the husband was being faithful). In any case, the factor is a large occurrence of one partner engaging in a large amount of unprotected sex with multiple high risk partners. Condom use is higher among single people. --Derag