Graduate Student Erielle Jones, co-authors article, “The Relational Nature of Gender, the Pervasiveness of Heteronormative Sexual Scripts, and the Impact on Sexual Pleasure”
Graduate student, Erielle Jones has co-authored an article titled, "The Relational Nature of Gender, the Pervasiveness of Heteronormative Sexual Scripts, and the Impact on Sexual Pleasure, " in Archives of Sexual Behavior. This article examines the ways gender shapes sexual interactions and pleasure outcomes. Analysis draws on a sample of 907 survey responses from cis women, cis men, trans women, trans men, non-binary, and intersex millenial respondents, 324 of which had gender diverse histories. Their findings build upon previous literature about the orgasm gap by including those with underrepresented gender identities and expanding our conceptualization of gender's role in the gap beyond gender identity.
Great job Erielle!