1. Study Title: "Cannabis use and sexual functioning in young adult women"
Authors: Dryden, W., Bell, N., Kolla, N. J., Bradford, J., & Gicas, K. M.
Summary: This study explored the relationship between cannabis use and sexual functioning in young adult women. It found that moderate cannabis use was associated with increased sexual desire and satisfaction, while heavy cannabis use was linked to decreased sexual functioning.
2. Study Title: "Cannabis use and sexual experience in women"
Authors: Lynn, B. K., López, J. D., & Miller, M. L.
Summary: This study examined the impact of cannabis use on sexual experiences in women. It revealed that cannabis use before sexual activity was associated with increased sexual pleasure and satisfaction, as well as heightened intensity of orgasms.
3. Study Title: "Cannabis and sex: Insights from a female perspective"
Authors: Fischer, B., Russell, C., Sabioni, P., van den Brink, W., Le Foll, B., Hall, W., Rehm, J., & Room, R.
Summary: This study explored women's experiences with cannabis use and its effects on their sexual experiences. It found that cannabis use enhanced sexual pleasure, increased relaxation, and improved orgasm intensity for many female participants.
4. Study Title: "Marijuana use, sexual activity, and satisfaction in college women"
Authors: Maas, M. K., Reid, K. E., & Parish, S. J.
Summary: This study examined the relationship between marijuana use, sexual activity, and satisfaction in college women. It reported that women who used marijuana before sexual activity were more likely to engage in risky sexual behavior but did not necessarily report higher levels of sexual satisfaction.
5. Study Title: "The effects of cannabis on sexual function and satisfaction in recreational users"
Authors: Smith, A. M., Ferris, J. A., Simpson, J. M., Shelley, J., & Pitts, M. K.
Summary: This study investigated the impact of cannabis use on sexual function and satisfaction in recreational users. It found that cannabis use was associated with increased sexual desire, arousal, and satisfaction, particularly among regular users.