Here’s a survey to assess your beliefs regarding sex and sexuality
This True–False test identifies your attitudes, knowledge, and feelings about couple sex.
Ask yourself if you believe each of these statements are true or false.
1. Each sexual experience should involve mutual desire and arousal.
2. It is crucial for the woman to be orgasmic at each sexual encounter.
3. Sexually satisfied couples have simultaneous orgasms at least half the time.
4. The more intimate the couple, the more erotic the sex is.
5. In order to have a satisfying sexual encounter, both people should feel desirous before touching
6. The male has to be receptive every time the female initiates sex.
7. Each touching experience should proceed to orgasm; if not, one
(or both) partners will feel cheated.
8. Fantasizing about another person means you want to have an affair.
9. Afterplay is only necessary if the woman has not been orgasmic.
10. Feelings of disappointment or anger must be resolved before being
11. If 10% of sexual encounters are dissatisfying or dysfunctional, this signals a major sexual
12. If one person wants to use erotic videos or sex toys, this is a sign of lack of attraction.
13. As long as you love each other and keep lines of communication open, sex will be fine.
14. It’s better if the man is the sexual initiator.
15. If you aren’t having sex at least three times a week, you have inhibited sexual desire.
The test you just finished is a sex myth test. Based on the best research and clinical experience available, the correct answer to each question is “False.” Believing in these and other myths interferes with your ability to develop a satisfying couple sexual style.
Reference: Discovering Your Couple Sexual Style. Author: Barry W. McCarthy & Emily McCarthy
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