14 April 2017
10 April 2017
26 March 2017
20 March 2017
11 March 2017
Fix. Already linked.m
Updating accessdate for one archived source.
Trading some sources for other sources. And wording tweaks. Removed "There are few works of pottery or other art that display anal sex between men and adolescent boys, let alone between adult men." since I can't find a source for it.
4 March 2017
25 February 2017
→General risks: Minor rearrangement for flow again since previous paragraph talks about "does not result in virginity loss, or pregnancy."m
→General risks: Minor rearrangement for better flow.m
12 February 2017
3 February 2017
Fix Seidman source. Duplicated it lower.
Re-added pornography aspect to the heterosexual Prevalence section, per talk page. Altered the wording a little/added detail.
27 January 2017
1 January 2017
Undid revision 757767085 by Physicist5777 (talk) Sourced text replaced with unsourced text, and unexplained deletion.
30 December 2016
15 December 2016
→General risks: Indicate that we mainly mean the heterosexual view without putting the word "heterosexual" in the sources' mouths.
→General risks: Added a Elsevier Health Sciences source. Moved it ahead of the other two sources, as it may be considered the better source. The view that "anal sex is not real sex" is addressed in the male-female section, but clarifying here.
→General risks: Replaced ABC News source with WestBow Press source, even though the ABC News source is more informative on this particular adolescent thought process.
→General risks: Fix.
Okay, the Heidelbaugh source supports some Rosser stuff.
→General risks: Removing primary source Rosser stuff. Will see if any tertiary or secondary sources cover that research.
→Physical damage and cancer: Taking this piece to the talk page for discussion.
Tweaks. Or rather, you removed two tertiary sources. The sources are simply making it clear that rectal prolapse is relatively uncommon. And, Rafe87, that sentence is specifically about male-female anal sex.
Undid revision 754850624 by Steeletrap (talk) It's a primary source study, which was apparently criticized, as noted in the section. What you removed is quality secondary source.
14 December 2016
→Physical damage and cancer: removing controversial assertion that is contradicted by one of the studies--which says 14/40 men who regularly receive anal sex have rectal prolapse--in the same paaragraph
13 December 2016
Bot: Changes to ref name per WP:REFNAMEm
WP:CHECKWIKI error fixes using AWBm
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→Behaviors and views: I don't see reason this would apply only to male-female anal intercourse.
12 December 2016
→Prevalence: Presumably it was during their lives
→Behaviors and views: Removed Perez source, per WP:Self-published and it not being needed.
Added revised versions of the previous two Prevalence sections, per talk page. Minor tweaks.
10 December 2016
Rescuing orphaned refs ("Seidman" from rev 754057545)
→External links: Cosmo is not an RS for sex
→External links: popular media, the title of which contradicts the sourced content in the article
→Prevalence: moving to talk for discussion
→Prevalence: moving to talk
→Prevalence: Re-added this since it's a more up-to-date prevalence study.