Latest Issue. Past Issues. They have sex about three times a week, which might strike many as enviable, considering that John and Jane—who are in their 40s—have been together for nearly two decades. Based on numbers alone, one might wonder why they need couples counseling at all. Or frequency.
6 Things Women Need for a Satisfying Sex Life | Everyday Health
Contrary to what the Wall Street Journal and countless sitcoms seem to think, there are plenty of women who want sex more than their male partners. To put the only stereotype of the frigid female to rest -- and to shed light on the dissatisfaction a lot of women feel in their sexual relationships -- we put out a call for stories from women who had been physically involved with a partner who didn't share their sex drive. The emails poured in. From age 25 to 65, single, in relationships and married, women wrote to us about how they have struggled -- or are still struggling -- with the fact that they want sex more than their partners, often much, much more. We present their stories below not to blame men or women for these issues, but to showcase that sexual frequency is an issue for partners regardless of gender, age or marital status.
Sex Confessions: 13 Women Who Want Sex More Than Their Male Partners Share Their Stories
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.
W hat do you know about female sexuality? Martin pulls no punches. Her bestselling memoir Primates of Park Avenue cast her as an anthropologist observing the habits of her Upper East Side neighbours. The book caused a furore, and is currently being developed as a TV series, with Martin as exec producer. Her new book, out this week, should be equally provocative.