Are the following sentences from Bruce Rind and Max Welter about the influence of pubertal development true? They wrote about the results of six studies about male minors’ reactions to same-sex minor–adult sex: |
"Across them, from a third to three-quarters of participants, who had same-sex sexual relations as minors with an adult, reacted positively. These reactions were related to participants’ ages and sexual development at time of experience. In general, younger prepubertal boys sometimes reacted positively, peripubertal boys reacted positively more often, and postpubertal boys reacted positively quite often."
Rind et al. (2016): Reactions to First Postpubertal Male Same-Sex Sexual Experience in the Kinsey Sample: A Comparison of Minors With Peers, Minors With Adults, and Adults With Adults. Archives of Sexual Behavior, published online May 13th 2016
The authors give six studies as references. Three of the six studies did not have any informations at all about the influence of pubertal development and/or age of the minor onto his enjoyment of minor-adult-sex. The other three studies also do not show clearly what the authors wrote about the influence of pubertal development.
So I wonder: How important is pubertal development for the enjoyment of sex with adults or with other persons generally? Are there studies who show this? Are there differences for homosexual and heterosexual acitivities?
The only study about this I am aware of is the Kinsey-male-report about the influence of the age of the children onto the ability to reach orgasm. And there is a very small study of Thore Langfeldt which showed that puberty does not influence the feeling of the orgasm.