Researchers from the University of Florida found that the more often partners have sex, the more positive associations they have with each other.
The study involved 216 young couples. Volunteers answered a series of questions designed to gauge their relationship. At the same time, participants reported how many times they had sex in the last four months.
Words appeared on the screen, and the participants pressed the keys depending on what associations they had – positive or negative. The researchers found no relationship between relationship quality scores and frequency of sexual intercourse.
But here the matter is different. Male and female volunteers who had frequent sex had more positive associations with their partner. According to scientists, it is these associations that strongly influence the quality of relationships.
Recall that recently researchers from the University of the Pacific and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine interviewed 71 people. The scientists wanted to find out how young people feel about oral sex.
Male and female volunteers who had frequent sex had more positive associations with their partner
The survey showed the following: when describing female genital organs, men more often used negatively colored words. Both men and women believed that the representatives of the stronger sex had a harder time when they took an active position during oral sex. Women, on the other hand, were less likely to refuse a partner and tried to love oral sex. Respondents also noted that it is easier for men to get oral sex from women.
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