Scientists have told how the first sex affects a person's future life
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Everyone knows that many important things are laid in us in childhood. But do not forget that what happens in adolescence and even later can also leave its mark. Canadian scientists from The University of Toronto in Mississauga found out how the first sex affects the further sexual life of a woman.
A woman's libido is different from a man's. It is less pronounced, and the weaker sex initiates sex less often, often portraying indifference. But scientists say that the point here is not in the peculiarities of gender, but in the first sexual experience. The more successful he was, the brighter and richer his future sexual life will be.
During the study, Canadian scientists interviewed 838 heterosexual women and men. They were interested in how the first experience went and how satisfied they are with their intimate life now. Women were twice as likely to speak well about the first time and 8 times less likely than men to have an orgasm.
It was different for men. There was no direct connection between the first experience and further sexual life. Neither the experience of masturbation, nor even getting pleasure at the first contact, affect the satisfaction of intimate life.
The authors of the study believe that they gave only food for thought with their work. In the future, we will have to study this issue much more deeply. This will help answer many questions about male and female libido. Perhaps knowledge will help improve the personal lives of millions of women.
This is also important for the sexual education of young people. If everyone knows that the first time is important, they will treat sex more responsibly. In general, a bad experience in bed is a negative at any age.