According to the latest study conducted by the Psychology Professor Gordon Gallup of the University of Albany, it is found that women who come into contact with semen are significantly less likely to suffer from depression. Semen which is absorbed through the vagina has an effect on women’s mood.
Beck Depression Inventory (BDI)
Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) is a survey which is widely used to measure individual differences in symptoms of depression. 300 different women filled out various questions such as how often they had sexual intercourse, when they last had sex, and whether or not they used condoms.
This Is What The Result Showed
“Females who engaged in sexual intercourse but never used condoms exhibited significantly lower scores on the BDI than those who usually or always used condoms.”
Professor Gallup said: “Regardless of the findings, this study does not advocate that people abstain from using condoms. Protecting oneself from an unwanted pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease is far more important.”