Does Ejaculation Matter to Women?
Sexual Medicine: December 2018 Edition Now Online!
About half of women say that their partner's ejaculation is important, a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study reveals.
Two hundred fifty women participated in an online survey about their sexual experiences and function. They also answered questions about their feelings on ejaculation, particularly the timing and intensity of their partner's climax and the amount of semen produced.
Women who considered ejaculation to be important tended to have better sexual function, the authors reported.
Read more about the women's responses here.
2019 Membership Renewal
The December 2018 issue of Sexual Medicine, the ISSM's open access journal, is now available.
This quarter's edition includes articles on women's sexual health, epidemiology, erectile dysfunction, ejaculatory disorders, Peyronie's disease and more.
See this link for more details!
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