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Sexual behavior in puberty

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What is it about?
Sexual behavior in puberty and
adolescent

coitus

unplanned pregnancy

sexually transmitted infections

Where are mentioned things as masturbation, sexual pleasure or orgasm?
SEXUAL ARROUSAL
What is still forgotten?
AROUSAL AWARENESS





INTERPRETATION OF AROUSAL



RESPONSE TO AROUSAL
SEXUAL FUNCTION
What is still forgotten?
Typical sexual behavior
second most prevalent adolescent sexual behavior
developmentally normal
health neutral/enhancing
47%
11-12yo boys
87%
/19% 13-14yo boys/girls
What is still forgotten?
ontogenesis
- during puberty and early adolescent

motivational state for:
attention to sexual stimuli
self-regulation


neural development:
sensitivity to gonadal steroids

THREE ASPECTS OF DESIRE
sexual cognitions
desire
by
others
desire
for
others

Sexual behavior in puberty and adolescent
only tip of the iceberg!!!
SEXUAL DESIRE
Abstinence
Masturbation
Partnered sex
ADULT SEXUALITY
SEXUALITY OF EARLY ADOLESCENCE
vs.
The same??
Is it only IMMATURE form of adult sexuality?
timing
Where are the differences?
J.D. Fortenberry, 2013
Linking adolescent and adult sexuality
concept of desire is difficult to describe
Recognition and expression of desire may be a central element in the development of sexual self-eficacy
(appetitive behavior, sexual control, motivation)
Sexual cognitions
can be seen during early puberty
SEXUAL THOUGHTS
SEXUAL ATTRACTIONS
SEXUAL ABSTINENCE
by
"thinking a lot about sex"
Interest of the sex is a marker of sexual desire
25%
of 11-12 boys + girls
"...normal element of developmental readiness..." as a motivated decisions between sexual and activity...
"sexual abstinence"
THE SELF AS AN OBJECT OF DESIRE
DESIRED SELF
"DESIRE TO BE DESIRED"
OBVIOUS SIGNS OF PUBERTY
ATTRACTIVENESS
DISSATISFACTION
LOWER BODY IMAGE SATISFACTION
HIGHER DEPRESSION SCORES
media
age at first coitus
culture
social status
romantic partners
sexual partners
individual development
romantic relationships
facial attractiveness
sexual function
standard of beauty
DESIRED OTHER
SEXUAL INTEREST IN OTHER PEOPLE
25%

parents of 10-12 yo children refer
SUBSTANTIAL INTEREST
in other sex people
thanks to neuroendocrine changes in puberty (adrenarche, pubarche)
hormonal
neuropsychological
interpersonal
physiologic development
impossible to research in early adolescent
hurts
THE PLACE TO BEGIN IS WITH UNDERSTANDING
associated with sexual stimuli
PLEASURE is in important motivation for sex for adolescent.
the average
age of the first orgasm
13/17 yo men/women
26% penilevaginal intercourse
25% cunnilingus, partner masturbation
Maturation, sexual learning and experience are associated with generally positive changes in sexual health.
Sveden, retrospective studies, 2006
social, cultural, religious issue
individual development,
values and attitudes
sexual identity,
motivation,
desire
"right time"
"right person"
"sexting"
dating - intercourse already - relationship
Partnered sex
prominent mid+late adolescence
sexual kissing
breast and genital touching
partnered masturbation
fellatio
cunnilingus
penile-vaginal intercourse
penile-anal intercourse
National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior
800 adolescents 14-19

90% / 88%14-15yo boys/girls
never have vaginal intercourse

1/3
of group of 16-17 boys and girls have vaginal sex


63% / 64%
boys/girls 18-19 have vaginal sex
less than 2%
of 9-10 yo boys
12%
13-14 yo boys
What did you read in the article??
Sexual health information seeking: a survey of adolescent practices
C. Whitfield, J. Jomeen, M. Hayter and E. Gardier, 2013, UK
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