A recent insight on sexual health has revealed that young women in the 18-26 age group are happier with their sex lives if they are able to communicate well with their partner. Those who are in a position to communicate their needs as well as understand their partner's emotions enjoyed a satisfying sex life.
Researchers also found that self-esteem, empathy and autonomy have an important role to play in sexual health.
Study researcher Adena Galinsky, of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health said, "Sexual health includes sexual well-being, and sexual enjoyment is an important part of that. How people interact and their ability to listen to each other and take each other's perspective can really influence the sex that they have."
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