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Study: Different Ways to Get There: Evidence of a Variable Female Sexual Response Cycle

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Some of you may find this comforting.

Link to abstract: Different Ways to Get There: Evidence of a Variable Female Sexual Response Cycle

Excerpt:

Not all women need to experience high levels of arousal throughout the sexual experience or to have desire at the outset in order to have positive sexual experiences and sexual outcomes.

I have the full paper if anyone would like to read it.

"The role of body odors and olfactory ability in the initiation, maintenance and breakdown of romantic relationships"

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https://twitter.com/DegenRolf/status/1126483169069469696

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0031938418310709

The role of body odors and olfactory ability in the initiation, maintenance and breakdown of romantic relationships – A review

Blind research

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demonstrating that our "sexual biology is geared toward reproduction." I'm surprised the % is so low. Certainly pre-experimentation with karezza, I would have felt like a very bad lover if my partner didn't ejaculate.

But what use is research in this area that doesn't also specifically ask about a karezza-type approach? And then implies so much about satisfaction in its title?

Study: The impact of physical proximity and attachment working models on cardiovascular reactivity: Comparing mental activation

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Study: "The reasons that prevent people from cheating on their partners: An evolutionary account of the propensity not to cheat"

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These researchers do interesting work. Below is the abstract of this study, and this tweet shows an excerpt: https://twitter.com/DegenRolf/status/1113820115043258381

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