Romantic Partners, Friends, Friends with Advantages, and Casual Acquaintances As Sexual Partners

Romantic Partners, Friends, Friends with Advantages, and Casual Acquaintances As Sexual Partners

Wyndol Furman

Department of Psychology, 2155 S. Race Street, University of Denver, Denver, CO 80208

Laura Shaffer

Department of Psychology, University of Louisville School of Medicine, 401 E. Chestnut Street, Suite 600, Louisville, KY 40202

Abstract

The goal of the current study had been to deliver a detailed examination of intimate behavior with various kinds of lovers. A sample of 163 young grownups reported on the light nongenital, hefty nongenital, and vaginal sexual intercourse with intimate lovers, buddies, and casual acquaintances. They described their sexual intercourse with “friends with benefits” along with with buddies generally speaking. Teenagers were almost certainly to take part in intimate behavior with intimate lovers, but behavior that is sexual usually happened with some kind of nonromantic partner. Read more