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This qualitative study explores the sexual decision making SDM of a group of young New Zealand women who had ly participated in casual sex without a condom. In doing so, it helps address a gap in the literature of first-hand s of the factors that have influenced SDM related to sexually transmitted infection STI risk in New Zealand. The findings are discussed in relation to their relevance for sexual health promotion in the social context of New Zealand and in terms of research indicating that similar factors influence the SDM of young women in other Western countries. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.
This report describes heterosexual sexual activities that is, sexual activities between men and women in New Zealand with regard to gender, age, ethnicity and neighbourhood deprivation patterns.
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Published online:. Overview of key findings Most adults 89 percent had had heterosexual sex; there was minimal variation by gender, ethnicity and neighbourhood deprivation. In the year preceding the survey, 75 percent of men and 68 percent of women had had vaginal sex, 59 percent of men and 49 percent of women had had oral sex, and 10 percent of men and 6.
Men were 1. Men and women aged 16—24 years were less likely to have ever had heterosexual sex, but, if they had, were more likely to have had multiple partners in the last year.
Asian women generally said they had had lower levels of heterosexual sexual activity than non-Asian women. For example, they were 0. Neighbourhood deprivation was associated with s of partners: women from high-deprivation areas had 3.
Publishing information Date of publication: 15 November Ministry of Health. Wellington: Ministry of Health. New Zealand Health Survey.
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