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show that blacks were more likely than whites to engage in premarital sex earlier and more frequently men and womenand with more partners men only.
They were also more likely to engage in extramarital sex men and womenand with a greater of partners men only. Additionally, blacks were more liberal and accepting of sex, pursued it more, were more open about it, and reported fewer problems with it. However, no support was found for the Kinsey hypothesis that these differences are explained by social class. Furthermore, the Coleman hypothesis was also not supported, since we did not find a greater similarity between the sexual patterns of black men and women in comparison to their white counterparts.
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Martin S. Weinberg Ph. Colin J. Williams Ph. s Published online: 11 Jan Key words: black sexuality Kinsey gender differences racial differences. Log in via your institution Loading institutional options Access through your institution.
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