The purpose of the Frequency vs. Satisfaction Survey would be to determine the correlation between intimate regularity and relationship satisfaction among lesbians. This researcher ended up being effective in attaining this objective, and in addition unveiled the next information in the act: the sexual regularity of lesbian couples within the twenty-first century, a modern concept of lesbian intercourse relating to lesbians by themselves, the intimate habits for which lesbians frequently engage, while the satisfaction amounts with intercourse because it pertains to intimate regularity.
This researcher hypothesized there is maybe not a strong correlation between intimate regularity and relationship satisfaction among lesbians.
Predicated on findings through the Frequency vs. Satisfaction Survey, this researcher concludes that because there is a correlation between intimate regularity and relationship satisfaction, the correlation just isn't strong. To look for the correlation between intimate regularity and relationship satisfaction for lesbians, four questions that are key to be answered. These concerns were the following: “How do lesbians define sex?”, “What are contemporary lesbians doing sexually?”, “How frequently lesbians are lesbians really sex?”, and, “How pleased are lesbians making use of their relationships?”
The question that is first in this research had been, “How do lesbians determine sex?” the outcomes associated with the Frequency vs.