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 ==========Marriage and Religious Faithfulness========== ==========Marriage and Religious Faithfulness==========
  
-The well-being of the [[state_of_the_family_in_america|United States]] is strongly related to [[effects_of_marriage_on_society|marriage]],​((Henry Potrykus and Patrick Fagan, //U.S. Social Policy Dependence on the Family//, Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2013. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​policy-2013]].)) which is a choice about how individuals channel their [[culture_clash_between_monogamy_and_polyandry|sexuality]]. The implications of sexual choices are apparent when comparing family structures across societal measures, such as [[effects_of_family_structure_on_children_s_education|education]] and [[effects_of_marriage_on_workforce_participation|employment]],​ as well as personal measures, like [[effects.of.marriage.on.couples.relationships|sexual satisfaction]]. Frequency of [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_sexual_behavior|religious worship]] is pivotal in shaping these sexual choices.((John O.G. Billy, “Contextual Effects on the Sexual Behavior of Adolescent Women,” //Journal of Marriage and Family// 56, no. 2 (May 1994): 387-404. \\ Lynn Blinn-Pike, “Why Abstinent Adolescents Report They Have Not Had Sex: Understanding Sexually Resilient Youth,” //Family Relations// 48, no. 3 (July 1999): 295-301.)) In all cases, federal government data show that the intact married family that worships God weekly produces the most profitable and sexually satisfied citizens. ​+The well-being of the [[state_of_the_family_in_america|United States]] is strongly related to [[effects_of_marriage_on_society|marriage]],​((Henry Potrykus and Patrick Fagan, //U.S. Social Policy Dependence on the Family//, Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2013. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​research/​research-papers/​u-s-social-policy-dependence-on-the-family/​]].)) which is a choice about how individuals channel their [[culture_clash_between_monogamy_and_polyandry|sexuality]]. The implications of sexual choices are apparent when comparing family structures across societal measures, such as [[effects_of_family_structure_on_children_s_education|education]] and [[effects_of_marriage_on_workforce_participation|employment]],​ as well as personal measures, like [[effects.of.marriage.on.couples.relationships|sexual satisfaction]]. Frequency of [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_sexual_behavior|religious worship]] is pivotal in shaping these sexual choices.((John O.G. Billy, “Contextual Effects on the Sexual Behavior of Adolescent Women,” //Journal of Marriage and Family// 56, no. 2 (May 1994): 387-404. \\ Lynn Blinn-Pike, “Why Abstinent Adolescents Report They Have Not Had Sex: Understanding Sexually Resilient Youth,” //Family Relations// 48, no. 3 (July 1999): 295-301.)) In all cases, federal government data show that the intact married family that worships God weekly produces the most profitable and sexually satisfied citizens. ​
  
 Simply put: Simply put:
-  * Marriage impacts the [[effects_of_family_structure_on_the_economy|economy]],​((W. Bradford Wilcox,​Robert I. Lerman, and Joseph Price, //Strong Families, Prosperous States: Do Healthy Families Affect the Wealth of States?// American Enterprise Institute 2015. Available at [[https://​www.aei.org/​publication/​strong-families-prosperous-states/​]]. \\ Henry Potrykus and Patrick Fagan, //​Non-Marriage Reduces U.S. Labor Participation:​ The Abandonment of Marriage Puts America at Risk of a Depression//,​ The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2012. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​labor-slump]]. \\ Henry Potrykus and Patrick Fagan, //The Divorce Revolution Perpetually Reduces U.S. Economic Growth//, The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2012. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​productivity-divorce]]. \\ Henry Potrykus, Patrick Fagan, and Robert Schwarzwalder,​ //Our Fiscal Crisis: We Cannot Tax, Spend, and Borrow Enough to Substitute for Marriage//, The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2012. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​our-fiscal-crisis-we-cannot-tax-spend-and-borrow-enough-to-substitute-for-marriage]].))+  * Marriage impacts the [[effects_of_family_structure_on_the_economy|economy]],​((W. Bradford Wilcox,​Robert I. Lerman, and Joseph Price, //Strong Families, Prosperous States: Do Healthy Families Affect the Wealth of States?// American Enterprise Institute 2015. Available at [[https://​www.aei.org/​publication/​strong-families-prosperous-states/​]]. \\ Henry Potrykus and Patrick Fagan, //​Non-Marriage Reduces U.S. Labor Participation:​ The Abandonment of Marriage Puts America at Risk of a Depression//,​ The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2012. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​research/​research-papers/​non-marriage-reduces-u-s-labor-participation/​]]. \\ Henry Potrykus and Patrick Fagan, //The Divorce Revolution Perpetually Reduces U.S. Economic Growth//, The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2012. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​research/​research-papers/​the-divorce-revolution-perpetually-reduces-u-s-economic-growth/​]]. \\ Henry Potrykus, Patrick Fagan, and Robert Schwarzwalder,​ //Our Fiscal Crisis: We Cannot Tax, Spend, and Borrow Enough to Substitute for Marriage//, The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2012. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​research/​research-papers/​our-fiscal-crisis/]].))
   * Chastity impacts marriage,   * Chastity impacts marriage,
   * And [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_sexual_behavior|worship impacts chastity]].((John O.G. Billy, “Contextual Effects on the Sexual Behavior of Adolescent Women,” //Journal of Marriage and Family// 56, no. 2 (May 1994): 387-404.))   * And [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_sexual_behavior|worship impacts chastity]].((John O.G. Billy, “Contextual Effects on the Sexual Behavior of Adolescent Women,” //Journal of Marriage and Family// 56, no. 2 (May 1994): 387-404.))
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 One significant way by which marriage impacts the economy is its influence on the future workforce—its [[effects.of.divorce.on.children.s.behavior|children]]. ​ One significant way by which marriage impacts the economy is its influence on the future workforce—its [[effects.of.divorce.on.children.s.behavior|children]]. ​
  
-According to the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth,​((Patrick F. Fagan, “Religious Attendance and School Performance of U.S. High School Students,​” Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF08C36.pdf]])) American children raised in intact, married families have [[effects.of.marriage.on.children.s.education|higher GPA’s]]((Patrick Fagan, Kirk A. Johnson and Jonathan Butcher, "A Portrait of Family and Religion in America,"​ //The Heritage Foundation//​ (2006): chart 20, based on data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health.)) than those born into [[effects_of_family_structure_on_children_s_education|non-intact families]]. These children are more likely to get further in their education,​((Jan O. Jonsson and Michael Gahler, “Family Dissolution,​ Family Reconstitution,​ and Children'​s Educational Careers: Recent Evidence for Sweden,” //​Demography//​ 34, no. 2 (1997): 285. \\  M.D.R. Evans, Jonathan Kelley, and Richard A. Wanner, "​Consequences of Divorce for Childhood Education: Australia, Canada, and the USA, 1940–1990"​ //​Comparative Sociology// 8, no. 1 (February 2009): 134-135.)) and to perform more diligently in school.((Susan L. Brown, “Family Structure and Child Well-Being: The Significance of Parental Cohabitation,​” //Journal of Marriage and the Family// 66, no. 2 (2004): 362.+According to the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth,​((Patrick F. Fagan, “Religious Attendance and School Performance of U.S. High School Students,​” Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-1-3-149.pdf]])) American children raised in intact, married families have [[effects.of.marriage.on.children.s.education|higher GPA’s]]((Patrick Fagan, Kirk A. Johnson and Jonathan Butcher, "A Portrait of Family and Religion in America,"​ //The Heritage Foundation//​ (2006): chart 20, based on data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health.)) than those born into [[effects_of_family_structure_on_children_s_education|non-intact families]]. These children are more likely to get further in their education,​((Jan O. Jonsson and Michael Gahler, “Family Dissolution,​ Family Reconstitution,​ and Children'​s Educational Careers: Recent Evidence for Sweden,” //​Demography//​ 34, no. 2 (1997): 285. \\  M.D.R. Evans, Jonathan Kelley, and Richard A. Wanner, "​Consequences of Divorce for Childhood Education: Australia, Canada, and the USA, 1940–1990"​ //​Comparative Sociology// 8, no. 1 (February 2009): 134-135.)) and to perform more diligently in school.((Susan L. Brown, “Family Structure and Child Well-Being: The Significance of Parental Cohabitation,​” //Journal of Marriage and the Family// 66, no. 2 (2004): 362.
 \\ Jay D. Teachman, “The Living Arrangements of Children and their Educational Well-Being,​” //Journal of Family Issues// 29, no. 6 (2008): 747.  \\ Jay D. Teachman, “The Living Arrangements of Children and their Educational Well-Being,​” //Journal of Family Issues// 29, no. 6 (2008): 747. 
 \\ Sarah Halpern-Meekin and Laura Tach, “Heterogeneity in Two-Parent Families and Adolescent Well-Being,​” //Journal of Marriage and the Family// 70, no. 2 (2008): 445.))  ​ \\ Sarah Halpern-Meekin and Laura Tach, “Heterogeneity in Two-Parent Families and Adolescent Well-Being,​” //Journal of Marriage and the Family// 70, no. 2 (2008): 445.))  ​
  
-{{ :wcf_average_english_math.png?​direct&​500 |Average English/ Math Combined}}+{{ :average_gpa_english_math_fs.png?​direct&​500 |Average English/ Math GPA Combined}}
  
 When religion is factored in, children perform even better. This is especially true for children raised in [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_poor_communities|low-income communities]]. According to Dr. Mark Regnerus of the University of Texas at Austin, weekly religious worship delivers [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_education|educational benefits]] that are equivalent to moving the poorer children into middle class neighborhoods.((Mark D. Regnerus, //Making the Grade: The Influence of Religion Upon the Academic Performance of Youth in Disadvantaged Communities//,​ Center for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society, 2001, Report no. 3.)) Nothing in public policy yields returns like these in education. When religion is factored in, children perform even better. This is especially true for children raised in [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_poor_communities|low-income communities]]. According to Dr. Mark Regnerus of the University of Texas at Austin, weekly religious worship delivers [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_education|educational benefits]] that are equivalent to moving the poorer children into middle class neighborhoods.((Mark D. Regnerus, //Making the Grade: The Influence of Religion Upon the Academic Performance of Youth in Disadvantaged Communities//,​ Center for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society, 2001, Report no. 3.)) Nothing in public policy yields returns like these in education.
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 {{ :​wcf_poor_communities_education.png?​direct&​500 |Neighborhood Poverty and Academic On-Track Performance}} {{ :​wcf_poor_communities_education.png?​direct&​500 |Neighborhood Poverty and Academic On-Track Performance}}
  
-Therefore, it is no surprise that children raised in intact married families that attend religious services weekly are most likely to receive A’s in school.((Patrick F. Fagan and Scott Talkington, “'​Likely to Receive Mostly A’s' by Structure of Family of Origin and by Current Religious Attendance,​” Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11A16.pdf]])) ​+Therefore, it is no surprise that children raised in intact married families that attend religious services weekly are most likely to receive A’s in school.((Patrick F. Fagan and Scott Talkington, “'​Likely to Receive Mostly A’s' by Structure of Family of Origin and by Current Religious Attendance,​” Mapping America Project. Available at [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-100.pdf]])) ​
  
-{{ :​wcf_receive_mostly_a_s.png?​direct&​400 |Mostly A Grades at School}}+{{ :​wcf_receive_mostly_a_s.png?​direct&​500 |Mostly A Grades at School}}
  
 Common sense and myriad social science studies indicate that the better an individual does in school, the more that individual will earn later when he/ she joins the [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_work_ethic|workforce]].((U.S. Census Bureau, "​Work-Life Earnings by Field of Degree and Occupation for People With a Bachelor’s Degree: 2011," //U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Briefs// (October 2012): 4.)) Common sense and myriad social science studies indicate that the better an individual does in school, the more that individual will earn later when he/ she joins the [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_work_ethic|workforce]].((U.S. Census Bureau, "​Work-Life Earnings by Field of Degree and Occupation for People With a Bachelor’s Degree: 2011," //U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Briefs// (October 2012): 4.))
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 ====1.3 Retreat from Marriage==== ====1.3 Retreat from Marriage====
  
-Despite the inherent value in marriage, adults have steadily [[state_of_the_family_in_america|retreated from marriage]] over the last several decades (see red trendline in graph below).((Patrick F. Fagan and Christina Hadford, //The Fifth Annual Index of Belonging and Rejection//,​ The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2015. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​index-2015]]. \\ Patrick F. Fagan, “The Family: Agent of Economic Development & the Fundamental Safety Net.” (Paper addressed at the United Nations Conference May 14, 2015).)) This decline in marriages, combined with the impact of marriage on tax contributions,​ means that the government has [[effects_of_family_structure_on_policy_outcomes|lost significant revenues]] from marriageable adults that remain single.+Despite the inherent value in marriage, adults have steadily [[state_of_the_family_in_america|retreated from marriage]] over the last several decades (see red trendline in graph below).((Patrick F. Fagan and Christina Hadford, //The Fifth Annual Index of Belonging and Rejection//,​ The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2015. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​research/​research-papers/​fifth-annual-index-of-belonging-and-rejection/​]]. \\ Patrick F. Fagan, “The Family: Agent of Economic Development & the Fundamental Safety Net.” (Paper addressed at the United Nations Conference May 14, 2015).)) This decline in marriages, combined with the impact of marriage on tax contributions,​ means that the government has [[effects_of_family_structure_on_policy_outcomes|lost significant revenues]] from marriageable adults that remain single.
  
 {{ :​retreat_from_marriage.png?​direct&​500 |Retreat from Marriage}} {{ :​retreat_from_marriage.png?​direct&​500 |Retreat from Marriage}}
  
-The role of marriage in shaping personal and [[effects_of_marriage_on_society|societal outcomes]] clarifies the plight of the Black Family.((Patrick F. Fagan and Christina Hadford, //The State of the Black Family in America//, The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2015. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​get.cfm?​i=OR15B01]].)) Black males who forego marriage are less likely to hold a [[effects_of_marriage_on_workforce_participation|steady job]], are more likely to [[effects_of_family_structure_on_crime|engage in risky behavior]], and are less likely to contribute society than Black males who do marry. The retreat from marriage across all four different levels of education (high school dropout; high school graduation; college education; and even professional graduate education) among black men has undermined many of the gains made by the civil rights movement under Dr. Martin Luther King. +The role of marriage in shaping personal and [[effects_of_marriage_on_society|societal outcomes]] clarifies the plight of the Black Family.((Patrick F. Fagan and Christina Hadford, //The State of the Black Family in America//, The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, 2015. Available at [[http://​marri.us/​research/​research-papers/​state-of-the-black-family/​]].)) Black males who forego marriage are less likely to hold a [[effects_of_marriage_on_workforce_participation|steady job]], are more likely to [[effects_of_family_structure_on_crime|engage in risky behavior]], and are less likely to contribute society than Black males who do marry. The retreat from marriage across all four different levels of education (high school dropout; high school graduation; college education; and even professional graduate education) among black men has undermined many of the gains made by the civil rights movement under Dr. Martin Luther King. 
  
 {{ :​wcf_black_retreat_from_marriage.png?​direct&​500 |Retreat from Marriage by Black Males}} {{ :​wcf_black_retreat_from_marriage.png?​direct&​500 |Retreat from Marriage by Black Males}}
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 =====3. Religion Impacts Chastity===== =====3. Religion Impacts Chastity=====
  
-Chastity is best preserved by [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_sexual_behavior|religious worship]]. As shown below, frequency of religious attendance is positively correlated with the percentage of individuals who had sexual intercourse with a “pick up” in the previous year.((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “'​Had Intercourse with a “Pick-Up” in Previous Years' by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF13A30.pdf]])) Individuals who attended religious service weekly or more were far less likely to have had a pick-up sexual partner. More than seven times as many people who never attend religious worship had a one night stand than weekly church-goers. ​+Chastity is best preserved by [[effects_of_religious_practice_on_sexual_behavior|religious worship]]. As shown below, frequency of religious attendance is positively correlated with the percentage of individuals who had sexual intercourse with a “pick up” in the previous year.((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “'​Had Intercourse with a “Pick-Up” in Previous Years' by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://marri.us/​wp-content/uploads/MA-120.pdf]])) Individuals who attended religious service weekly or more were far less likely to have had a pick-up sexual partner. More than seven times as many people who never attend religious worship had a one night stand than weekly church-goers. ​
  
 {{ :​wcf_pickups.png?​direct&​500 |Percentage Who Had Intercourse with a "​Pick-Up"​ in Previous Year}} {{ :​wcf_pickups.png?​direct&​500 |Percentage Who Had Intercourse with a "​Pick-Up"​ in Previous Year}}
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 {{ :​wcf_testosterone.png?​direct&​500 |Adolescent Boys Loss of Virginity}} {{ :​wcf_testosterone.png?​direct&​500 |Adolescent Boys Loss of Virginity}}
  
-When marriage is factored in, the religious benefits are further intensified. As shown below, adolescents who were raised in intact married families that worshiped God weekly were almost six times as likely to have had only one sexual partner during their lifetime as those who were raised in a non-intact family that did not worship.((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “’Number of Sexual Partners in Lifetime’ by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​get.cfm?​i=MA12H09]].))+When marriage is factored in, the religious benefits are further intensified. As shown below, adolescents who were raised in intact married families that worshiped God weekly were almost six times as likely to have had only one sexual partner during their lifetime as those who were raised in a non-intact family that did not worship.((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “’Number of Sexual Partners in Lifetime’ by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​wp-content/​uploads/​MA-122.pdf]].))
  
 {{ :​wcf_one_sexual_partner.png?​direct&​400 |Percentage Who Have Had One Sexual Partner During a Lifetime}} {{ :​wcf_one_sexual_partner.png?​direct&​400 |Percentage Who Have Had One Sexual Partner During a Lifetime}}
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 =====4. Marriage, Religion, and Chastity Impact Sexual Enjoyment===== =====4. Marriage, Religion, and Chastity Impact Sexual Enjoyment=====
  
-These data taken together show that adolescents raised in [[effect_of_divorce_on_children_s_future_relationships|intact married families]] that worship God weekly have the most sexually fulfilling lives. As shown below, 65 percent of adults who were raised in such families report that they are “very happily married”—the highest percent compared to those in non-intact families that did not worship, intact families that did not worship, and non-intact families that did worship.((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “Intergenerational Links to Marital Happiness: Religious Attendance and Family Structure.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​get.cfm?​i=MA08L03]].))+These data taken together show that adolescents raised in [[effect_of_divorce_on_children_s_future_relationships|intact married families]] that worship God weekly have the most sexually fulfilling lives. As shown below, 65 percent of adults who were raised in such families report that they are “very happily married”—the highest percent compared to those in non-intact families that did not worship, intact families that did not worship, and non-intact families that did worship.((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “Intergenerational Links to Marital Happiness: Religious Attendance and Family Structure.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​wp-content/​uploads/​MA-31-33-159.pdf]].))
  
 {{ :​wcf_happily_married.png?​direct&​400 |Percent of Married People Very Happily Married}} {{ :​wcf_happily_married.png?​direct&​400 |Percent of Married People Very Happily Married}}
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 {{ :​wcf_frequency_of_sex.png?​direct&​400 |Frequency of Sexual Relations}} {{ :​wcf_frequency_of_sex.png?​direct&​400 |Frequency of Sexual Relations}}
  
-Not only do people in intact marriages who attend religious services engage in frequent sexual relations, but they also enjoy the [[effects.of.marriage.on.couples.relationships|most gratifying sexual experiences]]. As shown below, this is the group most likely to feel satisfied,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “‘Feels Satisfied During Intercourse with Current Sexual Partner’ by Current Religious Attendance and Marital Status.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​get.cfm?​i=MA13E07]].)) loved,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “’Feels Loved During Intercourse’ with Current Sexual Partner by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​get.cfm?​i=MA13E05]].)) wanted/ needed,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “'​Feels Wanted, Needed During Intercourse'​ with Current Sexual Partner by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF13J24.pdf]].)) taken care of,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “’Feels “Taken Care of” During Intercourse with Current Sexual Partner’ by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​get.cfm?​i=MA12H06]].)) and thrilled/ excited((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “Feels Thrilled, Excited During Intercourse with Current Partner.” [[http://www.frc.org/marri-mappingamerica/mapping-america-116-feels-thrilled-excited-during-intercourse-with-current-sexual-partner]].)) during intercourse. ​+Not only do people in intact marriages who attend religious services engage in frequent sexual relations, but they also enjoy the [[effects.of.marriage.on.couples.relationships|most gratifying sexual experiences]]. As shown below, this is the group most likely to feel satisfied,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “‘Feels Satisfied During Intercourse with Current Sexual Partner’ by Current Religious Attendance and Marital Status.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​wp-content/​uploads/​MA-127.pdf]].)) loved,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “’Feels Loved During Intercourse’ with Current Sexual Partner by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​wp-content/​uploads/​MA-125.pdf]].)) wanted/ needed,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “'​Feels Wanted, Needed During Intercourse'​ with Current Sexual Partner by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/​MA-128.pdf]].)) taken care of,​((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “’Feels “Taken Care of” During Intercourse with Current Sexual Partner’ by Marital Status and Religious Attendance.” Available at [[http://​marri.us/​wp-content/​uploads/​MA-119.pdf]].)) and thrilled/ excited((Patrick F. Fagan and Althea Nagai, “Feels Thrilled, Excited During Intercourse with Current Partner.” [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/MA-116.pdf]].)) during intercourse. ​
  
 {{ :​wcf_feelings_during_sex.png?​direct&​500 |Positive Feelings During Intercourse}} {{ :​wcf_feelings_during_sex.png?​direct&​500 |Positive Feelings During Intercourse}}