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Here are a few items we used to measure people’s levels of sexual communal strength (rated 0=): How far would you be willing to go to meet your partner's sexual needs? Social Psychological and Personality Science, I would be skeptical about stating sexual GGGs are what the cause of the higher satisfaction levels.
How high a priority for you is meeting the sexual needs of your partner? It might very much be possible that sexual GGGs are a symptom of general higher satisfaction levels in the relationship, awareness of the need to compromise, and willingness to make sacrifices for their partner.
LW – Letter writer MIL – Mother-in-law MOB – Mother of the bride MOH – Maid of honor Nuts – Also Nutterati.
Short for Peanuts or Peanut gallery, as in, all of us dedicated readers who chime in with input.
GGG is a term coined by sex columnist Dan Savage to represent the qualities that he thinks makes a good sexual partner.
GGG stands for 'good, giving, and game.’ Think 'good in bed,' 'giving of equal time and equal pleasure,' and 'game for anything—within reason.'" We know from previous research that people who are more motivated to respond to their partner’s needs (high in communal strength) report higher relationship satisfaction and feel more intrinsic joy after making a sacrifice for their partner.
He longed to be held in the strong arms of a woman who could snap him in two—and he wasn't having much luck.
We termed this motivation sexual communal strength - the desire or willingness to meet a partner’s sexual needs, even when different from your own preferences.
When we asked people what this meant to them, they provided several examples including: having sex with your partner when not entirely in the mood, pursuing sexual activities that your partner enjoys even if they are not your favorite, and taking strides to understand and meet your partner’s sexual fantasies. Keeping the spark alive: Being motivated to meet a partner’s sexual needs sustains sexual desire in long-term romantic relationships.
But, do the benefits of being ‘giving’ and ‘game’ translate to the sexual domain of a relationship as Dan Savage would suggest?
In a recent study, myself and my colleagues explored whether being motivated to meet your partner’s sexual needs is good for yourself.