New research finds that comfort with sexual communication is directly linked to sexual satisfaction. People who are more comfortable talking about sex are also more likely to do so while having sex, the researchers found. Nonetheless, that difference doesn’t fully explain why the sexually chatty are happier with their erotic lives.
It can also lead to a safer and healthier sex life.
How people talk about sex is an important topic for public health researchers. After all, people who are uncomfortable asking their partners to wear a condom may be at higher risk of having unprotected sex and exposing themselves to sexually transmitted infections. Communication is also key to having enjoyable sexual encounters, Babin said.
We at The “Oh!” Face are committed to to better and more open communication about sex, in and outside of the bedroom (or wherever you happen to be having sex). The more comfortable you are about talking about sex in your day to day life the more comfortable you will be talking to your partner with your pants around your ankles. Opening up the dialogue about sex and sexuality is key to safety, wellness and most of all happiness and satisfaction.
Via Live Science