Summary #598

Couples who communicate more about sex tend to have better sex, study finds

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  • An article published in the journal of Sex Research suggests that partners who talk more about sexual topics have better sexual functioning.
  • The research included 12,145 participants from 148 previous studies.
  • It was observed that the sexual desire of the women is strongly linked to the sexual communication she has with her partner.
  • Similarly, sexual communication and sexual function were more intense in married couples.
  • The authors pointed out that the research presented several limitations and did not explain why sexual functioning and sexual communication were related.

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