Two hundred twenty-five console video game covers obtained from online retail sites were examined for portrayals of men and women. We hypothesized that males would be portrayed more often, but that females would be portrayed in a more hyper-sexualized manner. Male characters were almost four times more frequently portrayed than female characters and were given significantly more game relevant action. However, in spite of their less frequent appearance, female characters were more likely to be portrayed with exaggerated, and often objectified, sexiness. Further, violence and sexiness was paired more frequently for female characters than violence and muscular physiques for the male characters.
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Research commissioned by the End Violence Against Women Coalition analysed the views of 3, British adults on heterosexual relationships. Their findings showed that a third of people 32 per cent think men need sex more than women, compared to just 1 per cent who said they feel the opposite. Moreover, one in 10 11 per cent of respondents said they felt a woman decides when intercourse has finished, compared with 36 per cent for men, and 38 per cent who believe both decide.
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