The findings of the survey showed that having a feminist partner was associated with healthier heterosexual relationships for women. Men with feminist partners also reported both more stable relationships and greater sexual satisfaction. Therefore, the results clearly indicated that feminism improve the quality of romantic relationships. The study also shows that unflattering feminist stereotypes, that tend to stigmatise feminists as unattractive and sexually unappealing, are unsupported.
Imagine that, people who are in relationships where both partners are considered to be actual human beings are happier and more stable. Who could have thought that! But it's nice to know that when treated as people and not toys or house-cleaning devices women can actually be happier. It's also great to find out that men who see their female partners as human also tend to enjoy their relationships more. Of course, when you think of it, it's hard to imagine anybody having a very fulfilling sexual and emotional relationship with an object that has no feelings and desires of her own. Another piece of good news is that holding feminist convictions doesn't make people ugly.
It's funny we need a study to demonstrate this to us.