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I'd like to see some research on the "happiness" of couples based upon their "natural" frequency of sex. Say you take a large group of 45 year old people who've been married 15-20+ years. Are the ones who have sex twice a week happier than the ones that have sex once a month? I suspect that are -- and you'd have to look at the scores of each partner separately.
It might be a chicken or the egg kind of question. What comes first? Happy couple who tend to have more sex? Or does having a more "natural" active love life bring more happiness and satisfaction in a marriage?
I think this "experiment" doesn't tell much about how much sexual frequency correlates with happiness.
Most middle-age men don’t have erectile dysfunction, but their erections change.
In lists of sexual infections—chlamydia, gonorrhea, etc.—UTI is often forgotten.
Many women insist married men should not watch porn or use it for solo sex.
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