In the first part, some survey data regarding the satisfaction with the sexual experience of Ljubljana youth are presented and compared to equivalent data from Austria and Germany. The respondents from Ljubljana show the lowest level of satisfaction with their sexual life. In the second part, the relationship between the respondents' social status (measured as educational status of their parents), and their religiosity is related to their satisfacion with their first and latest sexual intercourse. Analysis of relevant data reveals no significant links between these variables. However, there are significant links between the relative power of sexual partners and their satisfaction. Respondents claiming that their sexual intercourse was planned and that they and their partners had equal influence in the planning process are more satisfied with their sexual life. On the basis of these findings, it is argued that satisfacion derived from sexual intercourse was not determined by strauctural factors, but with the micro-context in which decision about intercourse was negotiated and realised.