Papers and presentations from the 2006 Annual Conference of the

Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality

November 9-12, 2006

Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada

Teaching Human Sexuality: Fantasy vs. Reality
Sandra Schroer, Ph.D., Department of Sociology, Muskingum College
Gordon Hammerle, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Adrian College

Sexually adventurous subculture and drug use influence unprotected anal intercourse among Latino men who have sex with men (MSM)
Miguel A. Iracheta , B.S., Carol A. Reisen, PhD., Fernanda T. Bianchi, PhD., Paul J. Poppen, PhD., & Maria Cecilia Zea, PhD.

Through a Glass Darkly: Deviance in Sexual Fantasy
Arien Muzacz, B.A.

What Happens When Sexual Fantasies Become Part of Reality?
Vera Sonja Maass, Ph.D.

Learning to Write Their Own Scripts
Vera Sonja Maass, Ph.D.

Effects of long term practice of Ceremonial Sexuality
Charles Trull, Ph.D

All is fair in equity and sexual satisfaction: Using growth curves to examine perceived relationship equity and sexual satisfaction in a national sample.
Tracy J. Cohn

Inevitable Illegal Abortions? A New Perspective to the Analysis of Sexuality in Ceausescu’s Romania
Ada Diaconu-Muresan

Exposure to sexually explicit materials in the presence of others
Gregory D. Morrow, Ph.D.


Note: These papers have been reviewed by the program committee and presented at SSSS, but have not otherwise been reviewed by the Journal staff. To view the entire program go to

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