Amanda R Posh's research while affiliated with University of Michigan and other places

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Solitary and partnered sexuality are typically depicted as fundamentally similar, but empirical evidence suggests they differ in important ways. We investigated how women's definitions of sexual pleasure overlapped and diverged when considering solitary versus partnered sexuality. Based on an interdisciplinary literature, we explored whether solita...


... The SOE has hardly been studied in the context of solitary masturbation, probably because masturbation has been considered taboo for centuries (Das, 2007;Sierra et al., 2022). Furthermore, it is assumed that solitary sexuality is less complex, less context-dependent, and less desirable than partnered sexuality (Goldey et al., 2016). ...