Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 10th, 2003
"We studied 114 romantically involved women to examine empirically the psychological connections between menstruation and sexuality. As menstruation is a distinctive sign of both reproductive potential and sexual maturity, we hypothesized that the attitudes women have towards menstruation will correlate with their sexual attitudes, desires, and behavior," said researchers in Canada.
"As predicted, a comfort with personal sexuality was associated with a comfort with menstruation as a normal, publicly acceptable event," wrote J.K. Rempel and colleagues, St. Jeromes University,...
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