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Generalities applicable to this question are questionable at best and discriminatory fulfilling American stereotypes rather than supporting human psychology. In particular the huge heterosexual bias is overwhelming. Take for instance the Mosuo a matriarchy sub culture in China where casual sex is common. All the above quoted research would be ethnocentric ...


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One factor that should be considered is the culture surrounding casual sex and the social judgments that men and women may experience as a result of casual sex. Conley, Ziegler, and Moors (2012) report a series of experiments conducted on an American university campus that show that women who accept offers of casual sex are perceived more negatively on a ...


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To think that men and women would differ should be obvious (specialization to differing tasks). To think that one group would be better or worse overall would be counter-intuitive (survival would be worsened). When I was in college, the Engineering school with the highest proportion of women (46%) was Computer Science. I don't know why. I think it is also ...



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