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24 March 2011

First sex linked to better body image in men, not women

Having sex for the first time can improve or degrade your self-image, depending on whether you are male or female, according to Penn State researchers.

Having sex for the first time can improve or degrade your self-image, depending on whether you are male or female, according to Penn State researchers. On average, college-age males become more satisfied with their appearance after first intercourse, whereas college-age females become slightly less satisfied.

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