A more detailed understanding of the early sexual experiences of younger adolescent men is needed to inform STI and early fatherhood prevention efforts for this age group. Our analysis drew from both narrative approaches and grounded theory Strauss and Corbin , McLean , Floersch et al. How did it happen? An examination of how boys construct their stories of first sexual experiences can also provide insight into how they view themselves as partners and sexual agents. These studies highlight issues related to sexual communication. Analysis Interviews were audio-recorded, transcribed and analysed for similarities and differences in first ever sexual experiences. The study was approved by the institutional review board of Indiana University. For example, our own work on condom use by younger adolescent boys demonstrated that communication about condoms was primarily non-verbal Rosenberger et al.
Much of the existing qualitative research focuses on sexually experienced mid-to late-adolescents. Excerpts were read as a story, and we identified a common narrative structure. Methods Participants Participants included fourteen 14—16 years old, who provided a narrative of their first ever sexual experience. While first sex for U. The purpose of this analysis was to examine narratives of first sex among young boys recruited from an urban area with high rates of early sexual onset and STIs. These studies highlight issues related to sexual communication. A retrospective study in which older adolescents looked back on first sex, male participants described feeling anxious, but generally perceived their sexual experience to be an empowering process by which their identity of masculinity is formed Holland et al. Across participants, we observed a single dominant narrative in accounts of first sex see figure 1. Abstract There are limited contextual data regarding first sexual experiences of younger adolescent men. Two follow-up interviews were conducted with each study participant at 6 months and 9 months from baseline. Within each narrative element, we then looked for shared concepts, or themes. For each of these shared concepts, we developed a list of properties and dimensions. Descriptions of first sex were identified, and then analysed for narrative structure and shared concepts. The interviewer listened for shared content and meaning and asked participants to explain or elaborate on responses to these questions. How did it happen? Similar concepts were collapsed and differences resolved by discussion. The age range was chosen because a majority of the young men in these neighbourhoods become sexually experienced by the age of Procedures Young men completed a brief structured questionnaire on sexual behaviour and a 1 hour face-to-face semi structured interview. Individual and contextual influences on sex vary markedly from early through late adolescence. Adolescent, Young men, first sexual intercourse, African American Introduction First sexual experiences are considered particularly salient by both adolescents and researchers Lewin ; Cooksey, Mott and Neubauer ; Rebello and Gomes Traeen and Kvalem Holland et al. An examination of how boys construct their stories of first sexual experiences can also provide insight into how they view themselves as partners and sexual agents. Accounts of first ever sex were verified and further discussed in subsequent interviews. Relationship contexts, such as whether the partner is known are additionally important. A more detailed understanding of the early sexual experiences of younger adolescent men is needed to inform STI and early fatherhood prevention efforts for this age group. Yet these data that are needed to inform STI and early fatherhood prevention efforts, particularly in lower income communities. Yet available data suggest that these contexts, motivations and perceptions are important to sexual health prevention.
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