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Public acceptance of premarital sex and same-sex relationships is at an all-time high in the United States, according to a study from San Diego State University. Researchers came to that conclusion after combing data from the General Social Survey , a national survey of 33, American adults taken between and The researchers said they found substantial differences in attitudes toward sex among different generations. The biggest gap was between the World War II generation, born in the early s, and their baby boomer children, born in the s and s. However, there was still a noticeable difference between millennials, born during the two decades before , and their parents.
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Changing attitudes and beliefs towards a woman’s right to protect against HIV risk in Malawi
Millennials Driving Change in Public Attitudes Toward Sex
Thailand has undergone rapid modernization with implications for changes in sexual norms. We investigated sexual behavior and attitudes across generations and gender among a probability sample of the general population of Nonthaburi province located near Bangkok in Descriptive statistical analysis was carried out accounting for the effects of multistage sampling. Relationship of age and gender to sexual behavior and attitudes was analyzed by bivariate analysis followed by multivariate logistic regression analysis to adjust for possible confounding. Patterns of sexual behavior and attitudes varied substantially across generations and gender. We found strong evidence for a decline in the age of sexual initiation, a shift in the type of the first sexual partner, and a greater rate of acceptance of adolescent premarital sex among younger generations. The study highlighted profound changes among young women as evidenced by a higher number of lifetime sexual partners as compared to older women.
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Women more liberated as their attitudes to sex change
Using data from the Malawi Longitudinal Study of Families and Health MLSFH we compare measures of female empowerment and changing gender norms between intervention participants and non-participants. Results suggest that female intervention participants were more likely than non-participants to believe that 1 women have more rights within sexual relationships in general, and 2 women have the right to protect themselves against HIV risk indicating possible increases in female self-efficacy in making HIV prevention decisions. HIV prevention programmes focusing on behavioural approaches to HIV risk reduction, such as condom use or the avoidance of multiple sex partners, are essential for reducing individual and population level HIV risk, especially in places with generalised epidemics such as Malawi and other areas of sub-Saharan Africa Kippax and Stephenson ; Behrman and Kohler
National college student data derived from the Cooperative Institutional Research Program Freshman Survey and the College Student Survey were used to assess longitudinal changes in gender-role traditionalism across 4 years of college. Applying the Input—Environment—Outcome model to blocked stepwise regression analyses, the predictive value of students' precollege characteristics and predispositions, and various college environments and experiences, were assessed for men and women. Findings indicated that students' levels of traditionalism declined during college. Although men and women tended to change similarly on this dimension, women held more egalitarian views than did men at college entry and 4 years later. Regression results pointed to the relevance of peers, academic engagement, women's studies courses, and diversity experiences for students' gender-role attitudes 4 years after college entry.