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Crosier, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College; and Helen E. "Our data sample is large enough that it allows for analyses like this to be informative about the intimate lives of single parents." Male and female parents of young children experience hormonal changes that can affect their sexuality.
"These data are counter to theory and what was previously assumed about patterns of dating and sexual behavior among U. singles," said Garcia, an evolutionary biologist, research scientist at The Kinsey Institute and assistant professor of gender studies in the College of Arts and Sciences at IU Bloomington.
-- Contrary to what is often assumed about single parents, particularly single parents of young children, a new study from The Kinsey Institute has found that single parents of children younger than 5 date and are sexually active as often as singles without children -- and more so than single parents of older children. "There has been a modest amount of research on the sexuality of parents, particularly mothers.
The study, "Dating and Sexual Behavior Among Single Parents of Young Children in the United States," was published online in the Journal of Sex Research prior to appearing in print. That small body of research suggests that, while it takes sex to have a child, a child can have a disruptive effect on parents' sex life," said Peter Gray, associate professor of anthropology at University of Nevada, Las Vegas.