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True or False  

DanielZwat1950 72M  
622 posts
1/23/2021 5:55 am
True or False

"Altruistic People Have More Sexual Partners"?




DanielZwat1950 72M  
436 posts
1/23/2021 6:11 am

I wonder if a free of charge, volunteer clit ring appraisals service……. would count as being Altruistic


lyavu 49F
1538 posts
1/23/2021 10:30 pm

Anyone can have as many sexual partners as they want it depends on your approach


DanielZwat1950 72M  
436 posts
1/25/2021 5:19 am

    Quoting  :

BEHAVIOR & SOCIETY
Altruistic People Have More Sexual Partners
We are drawn to those who do good deeds[


DanielZwat1950 72M  
436 posts
1/25/2021 5:20 am

    Quoting  :

Perhaps Lol


DanielZwat1950 72M  
436 posts
1/25/2021 5:32 am

    Quoting lyavu:
    Anyone can have as many sexual partners as they want it depends on your approach
Thanks for that insightful comment and information.


DanielZwat1950 72M  
436 posts
1/25/2021 6:03 am

    Quoting  :

Now that has started me to wonder about presumptuous people 's sex life.... smiling.


Jules1590 54F
8151 posts
1/26/2021 6:04 pm

Interesting... Altruistic people want to make other people happy, they're concerned for other people's well being. Hence, it would be fair to say, altruistic people are more giving in nature. People who are more giving in nature are said to be pleasers. In the absence of statistics, if a survey were to be performed, there is a good likelihood that altruistic people, who are "pleasers," could be more sexually proficient lovers which begets greater sexual confidence. This in turn could generate more sexual partners if the altruistic person was so inclined.


DanielZwat1950 72M  
436 posts
1/26/2021 11:34 pm

    Quoting Jules1590:
    Interesting... Altruistic people want to make other people happy, they're concerned for other people's well being. Hence, it would be fair to say, altruistic people are more giving in nature. People who are more giving in nature are said to be pleasers. In the absence of statistics, if a survey were to be performed, there is a good likelihood that altruistic people, who are "pleasers," could be more sexually proficient lovers which begets greater sexual confidence. This in turn could generate more sexual partners if the altruistic person was so inclined.
That seems about right ; Altruistic s seem to be Nice so it would seem logical that they would have more sex than Assholes! Lol But here is and excerpt from the article which is quite lengthily.

rom this research, it seems clear that people tend to report preferring altruistic partners. However, preferences do not always translate into real-world mating decisions, and we wanted to know if altruists also happen to experience more mating success. Previous findings from hunter-gatherer populations have shown that men who hunt and share meat often enjoy greater reproductive access to women. But do these links hold up in other cultural and contextual arenas, such as in contemporary North American society? To find out, we conducted a set of two studies. In our first study, undergraduate men and women completed an altruism questionnaire (involving questions like “I have donated blood”), along with a sexual history survey. Participants also completed a personality inventory, given the possibility that those with certain personality characteristics (such as being extroverted) might happen to engage in both more altruism and more sexual activity. We found that people who scored higher on altruism also reported they were more desirable to the opposite sex, had more sex partners, more casual sex partners, and had sex more often within relationships (although this latter finding was not statistically-significant after controlling for personality variables). The statistical models (including covariates) explained between 13 and 26% of variance in the sexual behavior variables. Moreover, altruism mattered more for men’s number of lifetime and casual sex partners than for women’s.

One limitation of this first study was the possibility that people might have reported their altruism or their sexual histories in an unrealistically-positive light. For instance, some research has shown men to over-report, and women to under-report their lifetime number of sex partners. To address this, in in a second study we used a more subtle behavioral measure of altruism. At the end of the survey, each participant was entered onto a draw for $100, and was given the choice to keep their winnings or to donate it to a charity. Participants again reported on their sexual histories, completed a personality measure, as well as a scale to capture socially-desirable responding and a measure of narcissism. Results showed that, even when controlling for these variables, those who donated reported having more lifetime sex partners, more casual sex partners, and more sex partners over the past year, with the models explaining between 7 and 28% of variance on the sexual behavior variables. Men who were willing to donate also reported having more lifetime dating partners. Conversely, personality traits (some of which comprise the “jerk” traits described earlier) did not relate meaningfully to sexual histories.

Future research might consider longitudinal studies of altruistic behavior among youth, with follow-up reporting of sexual histories as they progress through adolescence and young adulthood in order to better address the question of directionality (“does altruism at time A predict mating at time B”?). Our studies examined a limited array of mating and sexual history variables. Future research should investigate variables such as partner mate-value, perceived infidelity, relationship stability and satisfaction as metrics of long-term relationship functioning, as well as how people prioritize the altruism of prospective mates relative to other qualities like attractiveness or athleticism. Still, this research combines with previous findings on the desirability of altruism and the tendency for men to compete in the realm of generosity. Indeed, one of us has a female friend who would explicitly screen potential boyfriends based on whether they had donated blood: Others, it seems, may doing the same.


Jules1590 54F
8151 posts
1/27/2021 1:45 am

fascinating. Thanks for the research data.

I just donated blood this weekend and I'm on a sex site.
Would I have been the bellwether for this study or skewed the results?
lol

signed Jules - Altruistic Friend Finder


DanielZwat1950 72M  
436 posts
1/27/2021 6:10 am

Lol, But remembering your last post , ( I think) where you were referred to as a "Teaser" might mitigate the good deed. I'm sure you defiantly would be an outlier in any case Jules.


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