SEXposium 2017 Poster | Female Sexual Function Across Relationship Statuses: A Mate-Acquisition Trade-Off Hypothesis


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Abstract: Compared to men, women have greater minimum obligatory reproduction costs. These costs have strongly influenced female mating psychology, as evident by women's choosiness. In addition to their role in reproduction, desire, arousal, and orgasm function may be mechanisms which help guide female mate acquisition and choice. We propose that stage of mate acquisition, using relationship statu...


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