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Groups did not differ in looking at the female body. Menstrual cycle phase did 2007 affect women's looking patterns.

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Why it's not possible for men to play around more than women. The Myth, the Math, the Sex. By GINA KOLATA AUG. 12, Continue reading the main story Women had a median of four male sex partners. Another study, by British. Sex Roles. March , Volume 56, Issue 5–6, pp – | Cite as . Sexualized Media Environment and Notions of Women as Sex Objects. Johnson, J.L., Greaves, L., & Repta, R. (). Better Science with Sex and Gender: A Primer for Health Research. Vancouver: Women's Health Research.