PSYCH201 W10 - SYL.pdf - Emily Mallory PSYCH201 W10 Activity Share Your Learning November 20th 2019 What I found interesting about this study was the

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Emily Mallory PSYCH201 W10 Activity: Share Your Learning November 20 th , 2019 What I found interesting about this study was the results. In the media, especially on TV shows or movies, married couples a lot of the time seem to put sex first. If they’re not having sex constantly, then their marital relationship isn’t good as well. Ho wever, this study proves that wrong, as it states that the quality of the sexual relationship along with a warm interpersonal environment is more important than the frequency. I could sort of predict that outcome, but the media and “real world” are all abo ut sex and being promiscuous. I talked to my roommate about this and she said she can get behind the findings. It’s better to have sex with someone you care about and love because it means a lot more than just having sex and being seen as an object to them. She also mentioned how much music talks about
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Unformatted text preview: sex and women, especially rappers. She brought up condom commercials and how they advertise to always be ready, “just in case.” The third thing she mentioned was dating apps, and how a lot of the times they ’re just used for quick hookups, and not actually anything meaningful. The media often portrays sex as a symbol or status. If you’re doing it, a lot of times-especially if you’re a male- it’s encouraged because it makes you seem more mature or cool. This s tudy portrays the exact opposite of all these things and finds that the quality of the sexual relationship with the loving environment between the two is infinitely more important than how often they’re actually doing sex. It’s more about the relationship with married couples than it seems to be with single people, or those who don’t care about it as much....
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