For many women, sex after menopause is not as satisfying as it used to be. But is menopause entirely to blame? But the new study shows that the reasons many women stop wanting sex, enjoying sex and having sex are far more complex.
A survey, detailed in the August issue of the journal Archives of Sexual Behaviorreveals what motivates a person to have sex. In all, the researchers found reasons. Here are the top 50, first for women and then for men.
Warning - graphic content: Find out everything you were wondering about sex. There are a whole host of factors which impact our sex lives, or lack thereof, including age, health, sex drive and lifestyle to name a few. But now someone has gone and worked out how much sex we should be having, the Mirror online reports.
Someone was trying to get in. They were just about to kiss, but the sound of relentless knocking filled the room. I made lasagna.
I used to assume that when a couple moves in together, that automatically translates to tons and tons of sex all the time. Now that I'm in a long-term relationship of my own, I can see how tons and tons of sex all the time could be a little But that doesn't stop me from wondering how often couples who co-habitate are actually doing the deed.
Varies a lot though We've been living together for almost a year, both working 40hrs a week, both with volunteer work too. We just haven't gotten in the swing of things.
June 6, pm Updated July 26, am. Scientists have uncovered the first biological evidence that frequent bedroom activity boosts lifespan by protecting our DNA. Thought of as tiny internal clocks, they shorten with time and eventually become so small that cells die.
They said, 'Oh, we could hear you both going at it upstairs. It sounded like you were enjoying yourselves! Skip navigation! Story from Sex.
In fact, for the first time in years more young adults are living with parents than are living with partners. Both situations brought different challenges, but I survived to pass on my wisdom. Tip number 1: You have to talk to your parents openly about sex.
A COUPLE have revealed how they only had sex a handful of times in almost two decades after a condition known as "intimacy anorexia" almost ended their marriage. Heather, 42 and Nathaniel, 44 - from New York - were married for seven months before they had sex for the first time and spent the next 19 years in a near sexless marriage. The pair met at college but decided to wait until their wedding night to become sexually intimate - but things didn't go to plan.