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Carolina d Almeida Lisbon. Get 20x More Visitors! Lana Sweet LIsbon Lisbon. Tina Praia da Luz. Iris Real Video Lisbon. New Escorts in Portugal. Because prostitute women in Colorado Springs have a mean career length of 5 years 15 , prostitute women in this sample most likely worked as prostitutes for only 2. We opted for the more conservative estimate based on doubling the 6-month mean. Other research in the United States during the past 25 years tends to indicate higher numbers of partners for prostitute women, but these results seem to derive from methodological features of these studies see supplementary material.
These 10 other studies of prostitute women in 17 different communities involving a total of 2, women either did not include representative samples of prostitutes or used recall periods less appropriate for estimating the number of partners in a year. Numbers of partners reported by prostitutes are not likely to be overestimates. With these estimates of the national prevalence of prostitute women and their number of male sex partners, we calculated the number of prostitutes and their number of partnerships expected to be reported for the last 12 months and 5 years in the GSS and NHSLS.
In merging information from different sources, we sometimes excluded observations from particular studies or adjusted estimates of key parameters as detailed below to ensure that the age ranges of respondents and partnerships reported in the different studies were comparable.
The studies of prostitutes and their clients, however, often involved some juveniles and individuals over age For the month recall period, we estimated the adult prostitute prevalence rate to be Because studies cited in the supplementary material show that virtually all working prostitutes are under age 45, we computed the number of women aged 18—44 in a survey expected to be prostitutes from this adult prevalence rate, census figures, and a survey sample's age distribution.
We then computed the expected total number of partnerships reported by prostitutes by multiplying the expected number of prostitutes by , the estimated mean number of partners for prostitutes in a year. Our calculations for the 5-year recall period followed those for the month recall period except that we i defined prostitutes as heterosexual women who reported ever having received payment or paid for sex GSS or been paid by a man for sex NHSLS and were younger than age 45 sometime in the last 5 years; ii multiplied the expected number of prostitutes' partnerships by 5; and iii for the NHSLS, corrected for partnerships between prostitutes and men who were age 55—59 in the last 5 years but older than 59 at the time of the NHSLS, based on data from the Colorado Springs study reported by clients of prostitutes.
The observed number of partnerships reported by prostitute women in the national surveys falls far short of the number expected. For example, in the GSS between and , there was one prostitute woman and she reported between 21 and male sexual partners in the last 12 months. This contrasts with 1. To compensate for this shortfall, we added prostitutes' expected partnerships that were not reported in the national surveys to heterosexual women's reports and computed a prostitution-adjusted mean number of partners for heterosexual women.
We then used this prostitution-adjusted mean for recomputing the estimated number of partnerships for heterosexual women in the United States. All calculations for these adjustments are based on household-size-weighted data. For the month recall period, one bisexual prostitute woman not included in our analyses reported more than partners. If she had an above-average number of partners for a prostitute and primarily male partners, her report might eliminate most or all of the discrepancy.
Likewise, the discrepancy for the 5-year recall period could also possibly be eliminated with similar assumptions about the two bisexual prostitute women who reported more than partners. No nonprostitute woman reported more than partners for either recall period in the national surveys. In any event, prostitution would still explain the disparity. There are several reasons why prostitutes, especially those with typical numbers of partners, are unlikely to be represented in household surveys in the United States.
Second, prostitute women's work schedule usually beginning in the late afternoon and often stretching into the early morning 22 conflicts with the GSS interviewers' schedule weekdays after 3: Furthermore, prostitute women in the United States tend to be quite mobile 15 , 23 and have high mortality Prostitution's role in explaining the discrepancy is not readily apparent because heterosexual men underreport contact with prostitutes.
This result is not likely due to undersampling of clients, as clients do not seem to be underrepresented in household surveys. Responses to repeated questioning about involvement in prostitution indicate men's reluctance to acknowledge contact with prostitutes. In two different parts of the Colorado Springs interview, heterosexual men were asked about contact with prostitutes in the last 5 years, with the second question referring to prostitutes in Colorado Springs only.
Eleven of the clients acknowledged prostitute partners only in response to the second question, and 2 additional men who did not report contact with prostitutes were known to be clients from prostitutes' naming them specifically as clients in another part of the interview.
In the NHSLS, 7 of the 13 heterosexual men who admitted to contact with prostitutes in the last year acknowledged this only in response to the second question on the topic the two questions were presented in separate SAQs.
Methodological experiments involving audio computer-assisted self-interviewing ACASI , which is thought to promote accurate reporting, also point to men's underreporting contact with prostitutes. These observations suggest that the primary source of underreporting contact with prostitutes may be men who do not acknowledge being clients but still report a large number of partners that likely includes many prostitutes.
Indeed, clients in the Colorado Springs study and the NHSLS who admitted contact with prostitutes only after being asked twice reported as many partners on average as did clients who admitted contact with prostitutes when first asked. Prostitution allows men to accrue new partners at a higher rate than nonprostitute women, which causes the unadjusted ratios to increase with longer recall periods.
In prior research, the discrepancy could not be eliminated by removing those respondents who reported involvement in prostitution or by reducing men's number of partners by an estimate of admitted clients' number of prostitute partners 2 , 13 , 29 , These previous results are consistent with ours and can be explained by heterosexual men underreporting their contact with prostitutes.
Einon 18 addressed and dismissed the prostitution explanation for the discrepancy in the British household survey 5. However, her analysis of the lifetime number of reported partners is undermined by the use of point and annual, rather than lifetime, prevalences of prostitutes, and thus does not adjust for the cumulative number of partners that all prostitutes from multiple cohorts had over respondents' lifetimes.
Furthermore, available empirical information indicates that prostitution also can account for the discrepancies in the British 5 and Ivorian 29 surveys for recall periods between 1 and 5 years see supplementary material. Other types of sampling bias cannot account for the sex discrepancy in reported number of partners. In , the number of men from the United States who traveled overseas is balanced almost perfectly by the number of men from overseas countries who traveled to the United States Foreign men visiting the United States also tend to be younger than men from the United States traveling overseas.
These facts imply that the number of sexual partnerships commercial and otherwise men from the United States have in other countries is likely canceled out by the number of partnerships foreign men have in the United States. Moreover, the excess partners reported by adult men cannot be accounted for by partnerships with adolescent females. In a probability sample of year-olds in Detroit, the sex discrepancy ratio in reported number of lifetime sexual partners is 1.
This ratio would need to be substantially less than 1 for adolescent females to account for a significant share of adult men's excess partners. In sum, prostitutes are underrepresented in national household sex surveys, and their undersampling can account for the sex discrepancy in reported numbers of sexual partners. These results suggest that respondents' reports of the number of their sex partners, although possibly limited in other ways, may not be significantly affected by sex-linked reporting bias.
Kimball Romney, Michael Wiederman, and four anonymous reviewers provided helpful comments. Article published online before print: Article and publication date are at www. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. Published online Oct Received Jun 21; Accepted Aug This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract One of the most reliable and perplexing findings from surveys of sexual behavior is that men report substantially more sexual partners than women do.
Measuring the Discrepancy Data. Table 1 Unadjusted and prostitution-adjusted ratios of the number of sexual partners reported by heterosexual men to the number reported by heterosexual women.