A new survey found 43 per cent of women said they had a higher libido than the man they were having sex with, casting doubt on the received wisdom that it's always blokes who want it more. There was little difference between the sexes with 42 per cent of men saying they wanted sex more than their wife or girlfriend. And of these, two-thirds 62 per cent said the different sex drives had been a factor in their eventual split. The findings come from a new survey of 2, people, split evenly amongst the sexes, by IllicitEncounters. Half of women who cheat 54 per cent and a similar number of men 56 per cent said they strayed because they wanted more sex than their regular partner.
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Porn activates women’s brains just like men’s, review finds - Big Think
Fewer than half of men and women in Britain aged have sex at least once a week, reveals a large study published by The BMJ today. The data show a general decline in sexual activity in Britain between and , with the steepest declines among the over 25s and those who are married or living together. There is evidence that regular sexual activity is beneficial to health and wellbeing, but a recent decline has been seen in several high-income countries in the proportion of people who are sexually active, and how often they have sex. Little is known about these trends in Britain and the lifestyle factors associated with them.
Porn arouses women and men in same neuronal way, review finds
Women and men are equally aroused when presented with sexual images, a new study has found. It is widely viewed that men are more likely than women to become aroused by pornographic images. The team analysed the brain images of 1, people who had been presented with "erotic visual stimuli".
You came here looking for an answer, and an answer I will give you: Sex should last one hour, 34 minutes, and 22 seconds—the exact runtime of Wayne's World. Shyeah, right! Marathon sex sessions are used as a measurement of just how steamy an evening was. And while quickies can be fun, they should constitute a piece of a balanced sex life—not the whole thing. While there's no magic number, one study back in in the Journal of Sexual Medicine asked a bunch of sex therapists for their opinions on how long sex should last.