Eisenman, R. (2005, November 1). Human Sexuality Attitudes of Mexican-American College Students. WebPsychEmpiricist. Retrieved November 1, 2005, from http://wpe.info/papers_table.html
At a Hispanic-serving university in deep South Texas, USA it was found that both male and female students tended to have fairly conservative attitudes regarding human sexuality, with females being more traditional and restrictive than males. Males sometimes were oriented toward freedom to have sexual pleasure. The results are consistent, for the most part, with evolutionary psychology theory, and also reflect a conservative tendency either in a. Hispanics, b. todays college students, or c. both. This conservatism was truer for women than for men in this study. The issue of attitudes vs. behavior is discussed.