Researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, JohnsHopkins University (Baltimore, USA) has explained the relationship between self-determination of married women sex with theirdensity, in a study new.
Accordingly, the sisters have "voice" in the family sexual relationsless frequently than people dependent. Meanwhile, men,self-determination is not related to this.
Professor Michelle Hindin, who led the study said, the groupanalyzed data from six countries (Ghana, Malawi, Mali, Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe) and ask participants for days, weeks, months,last year they made "sex".
Respondents also pointed out the voice in family decisions on issues like health care, everyday expenditure, procurement ofvaluables, visiting family and friends. The elements of thedemographic and relationship to keep two people are also examined, including age of the spouses, economic conditions, equality, the work of husband and marriage duration.
Carie Muntifering, a study co-author said, understand the positionof women in the family to influence how their sex life is essential.The reason is to protect the sexual rights of women and help them achieve safe sex life and happiness.