This was fascinating. Sexologists behave as if a partner's openness to sexual experience is the loftiest, healthiest outcome for sex - whatever the costs. Turns out that "conscienciousness" yields better health and quality of life returns.
The question is, are these 100% "traits," or are they, to some degree that psychologists don't check for, "effects" from how we end up managing our sexual desire.
From Sex and Morality: A Debate Between Competing Neurons | Your Brain On Porn, here's an interesting study finds that sex is different from other stimuli.
Researchers looked at various types of problematic internet use and discovered that using the internet for sexual purposes correlated most strongly with the “dark” personality traits of Machiavellianism, Psychopathy, Narcissism, Sadism and Spitefulness. From “Preliminary evidence for the associations of dark personality traits with specific online activities and problematic internet use.”