Non-Heterosexuality, Interactions, and Teenage Women’s Contraceptive Behavior

Non-Heterosexuality, Interactions, and Teenage Women’s Contraceptive Behavior

1 Society Reports Heart, Institute for Personal Data, University of Michigan, 426 Thompson Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48106–1248, USA

Jamie Budnick

1 People Research Middle, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 426 Thompson Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48106–1248, American

Abstract

Non-heterosexual women have an increased rate of unintended maternity than their heterosexual colleagues, but their virility behaviors are understudied. We make use of longitudinal information from connection Dynamics and Social existence research to analyze mechanisms adding to non-heterosexual women’s greater pregnancy issues. These data integrate once a week research of affairs, intercourse, and birth control utilize over 30 several months. We contrast the interactions and fertility habits of three communities: specifically heterosexual (consistent heterosexual conduct, identity, and destination); primarily heterosexual (heterosexual identification with same-sex actions and/or same-sex interest); and LGBTQ (any non-heterosexual character). We find that primarily heterosexual and LGBTQ girls act in different ways from entirely heterosexual ladies in methods prone to elevate her threat of unintended pregnancy: more specific lovers while in the study stage, more sexual activity with men, le repeated contraceptive incorporate, le using a dual means (condom plus hormone approach), and spaces in birth control protection.Seguir leyendo