Statistiche

Da Wikisessualità.

In questa pagina sono presenti statistiche su sessualità, orientamento, identità di genere, violenze e molestie.

Visto che alcuni valori sono molto difficili da misurare e da studiare (sia per differenti modi di definire ed etichettare le persone, sia per accettazione personale differente), vengono presentati valori provenienti da più studi differenti, anche se sono in forte contrasto tra loro.

Orientamento, identità di genere e correlazioni

Eventualmente con breakdown uomini/donne dove ha senso. Si possono fornire più valori anche discordanti da studi diversi

  • Prevalenza attrazione verso lo stesso sesso (anche non esclusiva): 9% (M) e 19% (F)[1]; 7.6%, ma 46% dei giovani non completamente etero[2], 7% [3], 6% o 12%[4], 4.2%[5], 9.1% (M) e 8.8% (F)[6], 2.4%+15.6% non risponde[7], 11.3% (M) e 15.2% (F)[8]
  • Prevalenza disforia di genere: 0.05%[9], 0.5%[10], 1.2%[11]
  • Numero transizioni di genere su ordinazioni sacerdotali: Da completare
  •  % persone transizionate: Da completare
  • Ratio transizioni MtF su FtM: 1.4:1 o 1.1:1[12]
  • comparazione con paesi più evoluti (es scandinavia): Da completare
  • Correlazione LGBT e senza tetto (per via di abbandono da parte della famiglia): 40% (LGBT tra i senza tetto, US)[13]
  • Correlazione LGBT e fumo di sigaretta (favorito da solitudine, discriminazione): 23.9% (fumatori tra LGBT), 16.6% (fumatori tra non-LGBT)[14]
  • Correlazione LGBT e mancini: gli uomini gay hanno una probabilità del 34% più grande di essere mancini[wp], e le donne lesbiche il 91% in più[15]
  • Correlazione livelli ormonali prenatali (quantità di testosterone sia nei maschi che nelle femmine): differenze nella struttura del cervello[16]:25, comportamenti/preferenze gender-tipiche[17], orientamento sessuale[18], preferenze giocattoli M/F (anche in altri mammiferi)[17][19], identità di genere/disforia[16]:24, dimensioni amigdala[20], rapporto lunghezza indice/anulare[21], ordine di nascita tra i fratelli maschi[22], e ovviamente il sesso biologico/cromosomi. Vedere anche Prenatal hormones and sexual orientation[wp]
  • Correlazione orientamento sessuale e pedofilia: no[wp][23][24][25][26]
  • Correlazione LGBT e cattiva genitorialità/danni psicologici: no[wp][27][28][29]
  • Correlazione omofobia e omosessualità repressa: [wp][30], 24% (M non-omofobi) vs 54% (M omofobi) mostrano[wp] eccitazione rispetto a immagini erotiche gay
  • Correlazione discriminazione LGBT e idee suicide[wp] (passate/presenti): 30% (LGBT)[31], 40% (LGBT)[32], 4 volte tanto che i non-LGBT[33]
  • Correlazione LGBT e ateismo/antiteismo/irreligiosità: 50% (LGBT), 20% (non-LGBT) [34]
  • Prevalenza (gray)asessualità/HSDD[wp]: 20%[35], 5% (M) e 10% (F)[36]

Abusi sessuali

Da completare: Vedere qui Violence_against_women[wp], Rape[wp], Estimates of sexual violence[wp], Rape statistics[wp]

  • Stupratori che vengono incarcerati: 5%[37]
  • Prevalenza false accuse di stupro: 2%[38]
  • Prevalenza donne che hanno subito (eventualmente tentato) stupro: 16.3%[39]
  • Vittime di stupro: 91% donne, 9% uomini[40]
  • Prevalenza violenze o molestie sessuali: 27% (F) e 12% (M)[41]
  • Stupri eseguiti da persone che conoscevano la vittima: 82%[42]
  • Stupri eseguiti da amici: 47%[42]
  • Stupri eseguiti da un compagno: 25%[42]
  • Stupri eseguiti da un parente: 5%[42]
  • Stupri eseguiti dopo intossicazione della vittima (alcol/droga): 34%[43]
  • Stupri eseguiti solo con la violenza fisica: 84%[44]
  • Da completare: https://rainn.org/get-information/statistics/reporting-rates
  • Da completare: https://rainn.org/get-information/statistics/frequency-of-sexual-assault
  • Da completare: https://rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-victims
  •  % donne vittime di molestie
  •  % donne vittime di violenze
  •  % violenze segnalate
  •  % violenze da parte di familiari
  •  % violenze da parte di partner/ex-partner
  •  % violenze da parte di sconosciuti
  •  % uomini vittime di violenze
  • Prevalenza pedofilia: <5% (M)[45], 21% (M, qualche attrazione), 9% (M, fantasie), 5% (M, masturbazione a fantasie), 7% (M, ammettono lo farebbero se non catturati)[46], 22% (M, attrazione) e 3% (F, attrazione) [47]
  • Genere abusanti di minori: 0.4%-4% F, il resto M[48]
  • Prevalenza di pedofili veri e propri tra gli abusanti di minori: 25-50%[49], 35%[50]
  • Prevalenza di persone che si ritengono attratte solo dai bambini tra gli abusanti di minori: 7%[51]

Religione

  • Prevalenza omosessualità tra preti cattolici: 33%[52], 15-58%[53][54]
  • Pedofilia (abusi) nella Chiesa Cattolica: 2% (M)[55], 6% (M) [56], 4% (M, non diverso dalla popolazione generale)[57]
  • Correlazione comportamento sessuale e religiosità: molto scarso[mostra][58]
  • Correlazione sensi di colpa sessuali e religiosità: sì[mostra][58]
  •  % supporto matrimonio egualitario/unioni civili/adozioni (it vs paesi evoluti)
  • supporto matrimonio egualitario cattolici vs irreligiosi

Islam

Per statistiche riguardanti l'Islam e le donne, vedere la voce Islam.

Questioni pratiche

  • distribuzione autoerotismo uomini
  • distribuzione autoerotismo donne
  • distribuzione prima volta uomini
  • distribuzione prima volta donne
  • distribuzione numero di partner sessuali (m/f), gay/bi/etero
  • distribuzione rapporti sessuali ultimo anno (m/f)

Malattie sessualmente trasmissibili

Contraccezione e rapporti protetti

One more thing

Carino sarebbe anche fare un sondaggio vedendo (propria etichetta orientamento/identità genere, età) -> (immagine rappresentativa di un gruppo di persone) -> (attrazione visiva, ti vedresti in una relazione con lui/lei). Note:

  • Persone: esplorare lo spazio di stili: butch, standard man, standard woman, bear, macho, garco medio, hipster, twink, panzone, goth, androgynous guy, androgynous girl, tipo stronzo in tuta e berretto che beve redbull sulla panchina con gli amici e commenta le passanti (chav). Evitare bias sui lineamenti facciali ignorando il viso.
  • Scala: sicuramente no, probabilmente no, tendenzialmente no, tendenzialmente sì, probabilmente sì, sicuramente sì, o qualcosa di simile
  • Il punto è fare rendere conto che non è necessario appiattirsi verso Standard Man e Standard Woman. Poiché sono considerati inappropriati/strani/da froci, certi stili diventano anche rari/scarsi (domanda/offerta), e questo personalmente lo trovo frustrating. E poi certi uomini di vestono in modo raccapricciante.

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