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The Carnegie Mellon results suggest that erotic quality is more important than quantity.

That statement makes no sense outside the context of the total happiness of a couple, not each individual in the couple. A low-libido person might be happy with sex once a month, but a person with high libido is NEVER going to agree that the "quality" of sex once a month trumps the quantity of 4 times a week.

The statement is nothing short of an excuse that a low libido person uses in an argument. A woman posted a few weeks ago that she was much more interested in the "quality" of sex that could be had once a week, and that anything more was just an obsession with quantity of quality. High libido people would vehemently disagree, thinking that's just misery, and that high quality sex 4 times a week can be reliably achieved.

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