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1. How often do most people have sex?

According to 1994's groundbreaking Sex in America study, frequency of sex varies greatly from person to person. Among married couples, 45 percent reported getting frisky a few times a month, 34 percent two to three times a week, 13 percent a few times a year, 7 percent four or more times a week, and 1 percent not at all. Among singles, the rates are lower, with up to 23 percent of non-married men and 32 percent of non-married women reporting that they hadn't engaged in sex within the past year.


2. What's the average male genitalia size?

A comprehensive report of 12 studies published in the British Journal of Urology International found that the average erect penis is approximately 5.5 to 6.2 inches long and roughly 4.7 to 5.1 inches in circumference. While there are hundreds of pills, potions, and other products claiming that they can increase genitalia size, none of these products has been proven to work long term (including vacuum devices and exercises). Interestingly, several studies have shown that size matters far less to women than it does to men.


3. Is there really such a thing as sex addiction?

Although it remains a controversial diagnosis, many experts recognize sexual compulsion as a form of psychological addiction. According to the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH), sex addiction is characterized by compulsive sexual behavior, the inability to control sexual thoughts, and continuation of the behavior despite adverse consequences. In fact, SASH maintains that at least 3 to 5 percent of Americans could meet the diagnostic criteria for the disorder.


4. Is low sex drive normal?

While low libido may not be normal, research suggests that it is exceedingly common. In one study, 33 percent of women and 15 percent of men reported having a lack of interest in sex-a condition known as hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), if it causes distress and/or interpersonal difficulties for the patient. According to experts, the causes of HSDD can be psychological or physical, and treatment options may include medication, lifestyle changes, talk therapy, or stress-management techniques.


5. Are men naturally promiscuous and women monogamous?

Contrary to popular opinion, men aren't the only ones with a desire to get around. A growing body of research suggests that women are also genetically programmed to be promiscuous. What's more, humans aren't alone; males and females across the animal kingdom-from birds and bees to fish, reptiles, and mammals-all engage in adulterous liaisons. That said, biologists also observe that, among many species, females have an incentive to be faithful, since having offspring from multiple males can result in societal abandonment.


6. Do men reach their sexual peak earlier than women?

It sounds like a cruel conundrum: Men reach their sexual stride in their teens, while women don't peak until their thirties or forties. But experts believe this myth is misleading. Although men and women's hormones may peak at very different times, that doesn't mean they reach their peak performance in different decades. When it comes to rates of sexual satisfaction, experts believe men and women are more in sync than their hormones might indicate.


7. Do people stop having sex as they age?

A growing body of research suggests that seniors have steamier sex lives than you might think. A 2007 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that while interest in sex tends to wane over the years, more than 25 percent of people aged 57 to 85 had sex in the previous year. Not surprisingly, those whose health was excellent or very good were nearly twice as likely to be sexually active as people in poor or fair health.


8. Do aphrodisiacs really work?

For centuries, people have hailed certain herbs, foods, and drinks for their ability to arouse or intensify sexual desire. But are the claims true or simply wishful thinking? New research suggests that it may be a bit of both. While it's highly unlikely that chocolate or rhino horn will turn you on, oysters and traditional herbs such as yohimbe, tribulus, and maca have shown some promise in scientific studies. Whatever you do, though, stay away from traditional Spanish fly: Made from ground-up blister beetle, the liquid causes a burning sensation in the urinary tract and is potentially lethal.


9. What's a G-spot, and where is it?

The G-spot, or Grafenberg spot, is a female erogenous zone that may produce heightened physical pleasure when aroused and enable women to have vaginal orgasms. However, some experts remain skeptical about both its existence and its value, while others believe that some women have this zone and others do not. To find it, feel for an area on the anterior vaginal wall that's about 1 to 2 inches in size and feels rough, rather than smooth.


10. Can men really have multiple orgasms?

The good news: A growing number of experts believe it's possible for men to achieve a multi-orgasmic state. The bad news: It may take a lot of work. According to Masters and Johnson's landmark research, the typical sexual response cycles of men are excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution. For men to achieve multiple orgasms, they generally need to disrupt this progression and withhold ejaculation repeatedly, which may require a lot of practice.
 

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Okay...here's what I see....

The 45% group- reflective of the divorce rate...obviously NOT happily married.:smt088

The 34%- probably your average happily couple- happy but busy working and lucky to steal a few minutes here and there when the kids aren't home!!!:rolleyes:

The 13%- must be the seniors, gotta take it easy on the Old Guys heart ya know!!!:p

The 7%- newlyweds...;)

The 1%- oh! They are gettin' laid for sure- just not with each other!!!:smt118
 

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9. What's a G-spot, and where is it?

The G-spot, or Grafenberg spot, is a female erogenous zone that may produce heightened physical pleasure when aroused and enable women to have vaginal orgasms. However, some experts remain skeptical about both its existence and its value, while others believe that some women have this zone and others do not. To find it, feel for an area on the anterior vaginal wall that's about 1 to 2 inches in size and feels rough, rather than smooth.



for the best structions for making a woman scream w/ joy.

go to www.btls.com & click on the two finger caldesac instructions
 

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I can't believe anyone would put money into researching men's sexual appitites. Its easy..... A steak, blowjob, remote control. researching women's appitite/behavior, on the other hand, would take more money and time than figureing out how to make the "Jump to Lightspeed"!:rolleyes:
 

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I wouldn't believe much of these studies. There are too many variables and genetic and ethical differences to base an accurate study of people to give out statistical averages.

1,000 people do not represent the true averages and sexual preferences of the human race. You also have to take into account the honesty of the participants. I do not think most men would feel comfortable admitting they have a small penis or can't get laid :p

I think you should create a poll with several questions and see what answers you get, I think it would be more informative to get answers from people on yellowbullet.
 

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My wife still tells me I'm like my truck? It's a great 7 Second Ride!!! lmao.... :smt097

damn, 7 seconds seems like a lot of time to accomplish a very basic goal...men should have a prize awarded for being quicker with increased frequency or perhaps special favors like control of the remote after sex!

I think that women should VALUE men that are quick and get done with the whole messy business quickly...

leaves women more time for bitching, plotting to spend $$, obsessing about kids, home etc and of course the necessary endless nagging about toilet seats, dirty clothes, messy garage or the 'man's' smelly dog...

leaves men more time for race cars, snacking, channel surfing and more time for the aforementioned smelly dog
 

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LOL not all women are in a hurry for you to get it done, some women actually like sex, although marriage and kids have a negative effort on that :)
yep, they say that all the time, I bet;)

try this test, put 5 $100 bills on her dresser and tell her she could go to mall or have sex and see what happens first
 

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An older couple go to a doctor. He asks the husband if sex is still good, and if he has any questions.

"In fact, I do", said the old man. "After having sex with my wife I'm usually hot and sweaty, and then after I have sex with her the second time, I usually feel cold and chilly."

Surprised he can still do it twice, the doctor sees the wife. After examining the elderly wife, the doctor said, "Everything appears to be fine, do you have any medical concerns that you would like to discuss with me?"

The lady replied that she had no questions or concerns.

The doctor said to her, "Your husband has an unusual concern. He claims that he is usually hot and sweaty after having sex with you the first time, and then cold and chilly after the second time. Do you know why that is?"

"Crazy old fart", she replied. "That's becasue the first time is usually in July and the second time is around December."
 
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