This is all technical speak to say: Women don't like catcalls and non-committed booty calls. But women love boning committed partners, and it makes them happy.
Now, that's not to say women can't enjoy casual sex. But evolutionarily speaking, it benefited ancestral women to find and maintain long-term commitments, since, after all, they're the ones to carry around that bun in the oven for nine months. It also benefited them to respond positively to sexual valuation by men in committed, long-term relationships, because more sex led to greater chances of reproduction.
The present publication cited copious previous research, but conducted two studies to suss out its findings. The first study surveyed 113 newlywed couples, with the husbands reporting on sexual valuation, body valuation, and non-physical valuation of their wives, along with marital satisfaction. Wives reported on perceived partner commitment and marital satisfaction. Researchers found that wives were less satisfied with their marriages when they perceived their husbands as being less committed and valued them for sex, while wives were more satisfied with their marriages when they perceived their husbands as being more committed and valued them for sex.