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In terms of research on , nearly all studies conducted have found that men have more positive attitudes toward casual sex than women, have more unrestricted sociosexuality than women, and generally relax their preferences in short-term mating contexts (whereas women selectivity, especially for physical attractiveness).

When considering attitudes toward mixed-sex threesomes, for instance, most people express very little interest, with the notable exception being men considering having sex with two women at the same time, even if they are strangers (Thompson & Byers, 2016).

Twenty years later, Hald and Høgh-Olesen (2010) largely replicated these findings in Denmark, with 59 percent of single men and 0 percent of single women agreeing to a stranger's proposition, “Would you go to bed with me?

” Interestingly, they also asked participants who were already in relationships, finding that 18 percent of men and 4 percent of women currently in a relationship responded positively to the request.

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In a "safe sex" experimental condition, they asked people, "If the opportunity presented itself to have sexual intercourse with an anonymous member of the opposite sex who was as physically attractive as yourself but no more so (and who you overheard a friend describe as being a well-liked and trusted individual who would never hurt a fly), do you think that, if there was no chance of forming a more durable relationship, and no risk of pregnancy, discovery, or disease, that you would do so?

I promised Joan/John that she/he would have a good time here, because I have a friend who would readily like her/him. Besides, she/he has a reputation as being a fantastic lover. ” Again, many more men (50 percent) than women (5 percent) were willing to have sex with this personally "vouched for" stranger.

When asked, not one of the 95 percent of women who declined sex reported that physical safety concerns were a reason.

Confederates were instructed to approach unknown members of the opposite sex who were without obvious company and say, "Hi, normally I don’t do anything like this, but I find you totally attractive. " In this "party" condition, Baranowski and Hecht found 50 percent of men (19 out of 38) agreed to sex with a total stranger (including 16 percent of men at the party who were already in a relationship—that’s a lot of willing male extra-pair copulators).

In contrast, only one woman (4 percent) agreed to have sex with a stranger (and she was not in a relationship).

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