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Watch live: Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony. For many men, however, giving up the thrill of the chase means giving up some thrills in the bedroom as well. A record 77, adults took the online reader survey over two weeks in February, answering more than two dozen questions about what works and what doesn't in their sex lives.
Nine out of 10 reported being in monogamous relationships. Almost two-thirds of women participants, ranging from ages 18 up to 85, said they are satisfied or very satisfied with Mature woman wants sex in Carney sex life. They feel less sexually inhibited than they did early in their relationship and are having more multiple orgasms.
But while many women are reporting sizzling monogamy, the guys had a more lukewarm response. Although men and women start with the same level of sexual satisfaction when they begin a relationship, after just a few years men claim to be less content, both physically and emotionally, than they were in the early days. While 49 percent of men said they're satisfied or very satisfied with their sex life, almost twice as many guys as women reported being very dissatisfied 24 percent vs.
Men were more likely to report less sexual frequency — 73 percent of men said there was more sex in the early days, compared with 65 percent of women. They feel tied down. There seems to be a failure to communicate. While only 38 percent of women said they think their partner wants sex more often, a whopping 66 percent of men said they do want more only 25 percent of women report wanting sex more often than their partner. Part of the problem is that although men want more, the women don't see it.
That disconnect can spell big trouble. Of men who cheated, the two main reasons were wanting more sex and more sexual variety. Longing for the good old days Guys also are bummed because they feel sexually unappreciated.
Among men, 53 percent said they felt more desired by their partners in the early days of the relationship. Even when they do make love, 41 percent of men said they wish it lasted longer. More than two-thirds of all participants said the average sex session lasts anywhere from 16 minutes to an hour, but for almost 20 percent making whoopee takes less than 15 minutes. Men also reported getting more oral sex and having more multiple orgasms per session in the good old days.
Both men and women reported a drop-off in passion after two years together, but being together a long time doesn't necessarily mean the end of bedroom bliss, even if it means a little less quantity.
A key finding was that 97 percent of men and women who reported being very satisfied with their sex lives said they are happy with their partner overall. Couples who reported good sexual communication and were open to trying new bedroom tricks reported being quite satisfied even decades after they met. Of couples who have been together six years or more, 34 percent said their passion is as strong as in the early days.
Even after up to 20 years, one in three couples is still having a fabulous sex life. Taking sex seriously "Overall, the people who take their sex life seriously are the people who have the best sex," says Leiblum. Even still, 42 percent of women cited stress or being too busy as reasons why they didn't have sex at one point or another in the prior month. One exception to the overall positive picture for women is the large group — nearly 25 percent — whose negative body image prevents them from feeling sexy. Only one in 20 guys said they felt that way, the survey found.
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