“I’m very thankful to have been in this. I know the intent of the survey is to gauge pain / comfortability in the female and how the couple reacts, but I feel another effect the surveys have had was that it helped myself and [my partner] in our relationship. It’s caused us to be more aware of how we treat one another, how appreciative we are of one another and that we should be more vocal about a lot of things. It’s been an incredible help towards everything.”
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