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Prioritizing the partner's enjoyment: a population-based study on young Swedish women with experience of pain during vaginal intercourse
Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology
The present study examines the prevalence of women who continue to have vaginal intercourse (VIC) despite pain, avoid telling the partner, and feign enjoyment. It also considers the reasons for this behavior. A sample of 1566 female senior high school students (aged 18-22 years) completed a questionnaire concerning their experiences and attitudes toward their body and sexuality. Forty-seven percent (270/576) of those women who reported pain during VIC continued to have VIC despite the pain. Thedoi:10.3109/0167482x.2013.793665 pmid:23701494 fatcat:vylvbzbkmfadbiuuxzoynwnoja