How often should we have sex? This is a question that I hear frequently by both married and premarried couples. Many times couples come into marriage with unrealistic expectations related to the frequency of sex for any number of reasons.
But should it have been a red flag? Well, maybe. InThe New York Times reported that about 15 percent of married couples had not done the deed in the past six months to a year.
Do it less frequently? Here's what that might mean. When it comes to sex, people tend to fudge the numbers.
Blame the political landscape, shoddy birth control access, limitless free porn on the internet, or the gig economy for the decline in the millennial libido—who can say for sure? Whatever the reason, Americans are boning less. As one of the top five horniest people of all time, this initially seemed concerning to me, but as it turns out, it might not be such a big deal.
Here's why This is probably one of the biggest excuses, and whether stress be work or family related it really takes its toll on our sex lives. Brian Willoughby, an assistant from Brigham Young University, told Men's Health: "It's easy to compare in your mind all these previous experiences you've had,".
Try it today! But what about everyone else's? In a survey that's still under way, more than 8, people over 50 have already revealed what happens in their relationships — and in their bedrooms.
Although I don't recommend comparing your sex life to what sex statistics say others consider to be normal, it can be interesting to see how often other couples have intercourse. More Durex Survey Results. More From YourTango. In DecemberSarah Jio compiled interesting statistics about sex and experts' opinions about the stats.
February 25, Australians report having sex once or twice a week, on average. For Brits, it's less than once a weekwhile Americans report having sex two to three times a week.