OTHER NONMARITAL COITUS: EXTRAMARITAL AND POSTMARITAL PETTING
The techniques and extent of extramarital and postmarital petting were not ascertained in the earlier case histories; consequently our data are seriously limited. Nevertheless, we found postmarital petting, like postmarital coitus, to be essentially universal. Extramarital petting, we know, considerably exceeds the incidence of extramarital coitus, but again precise data are lacking.
However, from our later, more detailed case histories it is clear that the men we interviewed had less mouth-genital contact with their postmarital or extramarital partners than with their wives. With regard to the balance between cunnilingus and fellation we see a compromise between the premarital situation and the marital. In three groups the percentage with cunnilingus exceeded the percentage with fellation experience, while in five the percentages were essentially equal. One may speculate that while marriage had relieved much of the inhibition regarding cunnilingus, some males still balked at applying the technique to a female less familiar than a spouse.
In postmarital and extramarital life the incest offenders vs. children and adults had the largest numbers of individuals with mouth-genital activity. The offenders vs. minors and adults as usual are at or near the bottom of the rank-orders and are joined there by the control group. The high ranking of the incest offenders vs. children is no surprise. After being restrained and/or inhibited about mouth-genital contact with companions prior to marriage, we see them become quite active in this technique with their wives, and this sexual emancipation seems to carry over into their post- and extramarital behavior. The high ranking of the incest offender vs. adults, however, has no visible precedent.
The above statements are made with caution, for our calculations regarding extra- or postmarital activity were, obviously, based on males who had married, and we are aware that in different groups varying proportions of men were divorced or had engaged in extramarital behavior. A rough check , indicates, however, that these differences did not exert a powerful influence. For example, the peepers, who rank first in cunnilingus with extramarital or postmarital companions, rank eleventh in the proportion who had ever had extramarital coitus.
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