Women were significantly more likely than men to report having sex less often However, a majority of participants significantly more so among men, Finally, the magnitude of odds ratios and levels of significance remained similar when using multivariate modeling. Viewing Adult Materials in Tandem with Partner Unsurprisingly, viewing adult websites with a partner in order to enhance sexual arousal was positively associated with positive consequences and inversely associated with negative consequences. There were no significant differences between those who had used adult websites with a partner in order to enhance sexual arousal and those who did not in whether they felt pressure to perform sexual acts that their partner saw online. Qualitative Findings Patterns that emerged from the qualitative data generally mirrored our quantitative findings. Both men and women who identified as light or moderate users of OSA credited their online sexual activities with subsequent increases in the quality and frequency of sex with their real life partners. Further, participants, particularly those who used OSA moderately and especially light users, stated that their individual use of OSA improved their relationships because it enhanced their sense of intimacy with their partners.
Could our trouble discussing our sexual worries be getting in the way of having a good time? For a lot of of us Brits, talking about femininity is right up there with discussing our finances and actually confronting backlog jumpers instead of tutting angrily. Why is that? Sex is great!