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Voyeurism Prevalence: Not Reassuring

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Not reassuring to females in safe spaces or gender-neutral spaces.

Two-thirds of another sample of college students (men and women) admitted they would engage in voyeurism if they were certain there would be no consequences (Rye & Meaney, 2007).

Significantly higher rates of desire and experience were reported by men than by women for voyeurism (60.0% versus 34.7% and 50.3% versus 21.2%, respectively)

From:
Christian C. Joyal & Julie Carpentier (2016): The Prevalence of Paraphilic Interests and Behaviors in the General Population: A Provincial Survey, The Journal of Sex Research, DOI: 10.1080/00224499.2016.1139034
http://www.cicc.umontreal.ca/public/media/files/prod/publication_files/Joyal_Carpentier_2016_Journal_Sex_research.pdf

 

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