Source: Schofield, M., & Central Council for Health Education (Great Britain). (1965). The sexual behaviour of young people. London: Longmans.
An English boy of sixteen, looking back on his first experience a year earlier, said that he knew exactly what he wanted but not how to go about getting it. One day when his family was away from home and he was alone with his uncle he steered the conversation toward the subject of sex and then asked the man to do it with him. when his uncle refused the boy said he would start to yell for help. At last the man gave in and did what his nephew demanded. over the next six months they had sex again on several occasions.The boy admitted later that what he had done to initiate the sexual activities might seem most reprehensible, but actually it wasn’t so bad, for with sound intuition he had been convinced that his uncle had really wanted it, too, but was afraid to start anything because the boy was so young.