INCEST OFFENDERS VS. CHILDREN: SEX DREAMS

The incest offenders vs. children had the largest proportion of any group who experienced nocturnal emissions (91 per cent). Among the single males the age-specific incidence figures were moderate to high-moderate, grading up from an initial 37 per cent to 61-66 per cent. Among the married portion of the sample, the percentage is moderate to rather high in comparison with other sex offenders, similar to that of the prison group, and below that of the control group. In general a rather uniform 40-50 per cent level was maintained.

Fewer of the incest offenders vs. children than any other group reported dreamless ejaculations. All those who did dream reported heterosexual dreams. They rate rather high in dreams of sexual contact with animals, although only 4 per cent were involved. In brief, nearly all incest offenders vs. children had ejaculations while sleeping, and these orgasms were accompanied almost always by ordinary heterosexual dreams; a few (but proportionately more than in most other groups) reported exotic dreams.

While the incest offenders vs. children had the largest proportion of individuals experiencing nocturnal emissions, they did not have emissions with unusual frequency or infrequency. However, the average (median) incest offender vs. children is always, after age fifteen, to be found near the top of rank-orders of frequency, with 5 to 9 such orgasms a year. For a sex-offender group these are high frequencies, but they are less than the control group’s 10 to 12 a year. In terms of mean frequency, the incest offenders vs. children are intermediate.

Owing to their moderation in adult sociosexual activity and low masturbation frequency in their teens, a correspondingly large proportion of their total sexual outlet before marriage derived from nocturnal emissions up to age twenty. Beyond that age the proportions are moderate. The proportions of total outlet constituted by emissions among the married are unexceptional.

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