Some women fall in love with men from overseas, while others fall in the honeymoon mode, according to a new study.
In a survey of over 3,000 women, researchers from the University of Melbourne looked at the experiences of over 2,000 men who were born in the U.S., Canada, France, Germany, Japan, and other countries.
They found that most women love to be alone with a man, while most men love to have friends over for drinks.
The survey, conducted by the university’s University of Victoria, looked at women who had had sex with men at least once in their lives.
More than a third of women who have sex with a male partner said they fell in love, while nearly a third said they were in the “honeymoon” state.
In general, women who were in love had fewer sexual partners in their lifetime, according the study.
Women in love tend to have lower self-esteem, are less likely to have positive relationships with their partners, and feel more socially isolated, the study said.
They also tend to be more anxious and less likely than women who are not in love to initiate sex, and were more likely to say they were not sexually active with their male partners.
They are also less likely for their partners to have a partner who is willing to make them cum, the researchers said.
The study also found that women in love are less happy, less satisfied with their relationships and more likely than other women to have feelings of depression, anxiety and other negative emotions.
Some women in the study also reported that they had had unprotected sex, a common practice among many couples in their 20s and 30s.
The report also found the “vast majority” of women in their sample said they had never had an orgasm during sex.
Women’s relationship status was also one factor in their romantic and sexual satisfaction, with women in more romantic relationships reporting more frequent sexual partners, the report said.
Researchers hope the study will lead to more understanding of why some women are attracted to men from other countries and whether the honeymoons effect can be reduced.