This study examined the relationship between gender and concern about contracting a sexually transmitted diseases during oral sex. It was hypothesized that concern regarding contracting a sexually transmitted disease would be higher in females in general than in males in general. College students completed a survey with questions regarding their concern levels about contracting an STI while having oral sex. The implications are discussed regarding the variance in concern from “never concerned” to “always concerned” of contracting an STI.
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Heider, Matt, "Sharing Isn't Always Caring: STI Concerns" (2020). Research Days Posters Spring 2020. 32.