A study titled "The Components Of Optimal Sexuality: A Portrait Of Great Sex" has said that looks do not matter to have good sexual relationship. It was led by University of Ottawa psychologist Peggy Kleinplatz.
The study said it was communication that was more important that technique for hot sex. The study included 44 people and also had participants over 60 as well as sexual minorities including gay, lesbian and bisexual participants.
"The actual sexual behaviors and acts performed are far less important than the mindset and intent of the person or couple engaged in these acts," the researchers write. They also said that we can learn a lot from older individuals. "Although older married people are generally not considered first as a font of information about optimal sexuality, it stands to reason that individuals and couples who have managed to make this experience last a lifetime ... have much to teach the rest of us."
The details of the study appear in The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality.
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