You don't know what's going on in your neighbors' bedrooms and, quite frankly, don't want to. But you're probably a little curious to know how your sex life stacks up. For example, how often are other couples doing it? And is it weird that you and your partner always do the same things?
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Despite there being a healthy renaissance for butt play in recent years, backdoor entry is still a deal-breaker for many women — a no-way, no-how, entirely off-limits scenario. Still, more than a third of women For some women, like me, anal sex can be a mind-blowing addition to the bedroom. Anal sex has always been a welcome precursor to vaginal penetration and other below-the-belt play. The key, for me, is to have a patient partner — one whom I trust.
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These days, we see more and more people in their 60s doing extreme sports, bodybuilding, or traveling to explore the wilderness. Still, it is quite common for a person of that age to question what they are still able to do, and how each task may affect their health. There is a long-running myth that it is impossible for couples over the age of 60 to engage in a satisfying sexual experience. But this myth has been busted over and over again.
S ex and health go hand in hand. Research has linked it to a slimmer waistline, a stronger heart and a lower risk for prostate and breast cancers. But Americans today are having less of it than Americans a decade ago, according to a just-released study appearing in Archives of Sexual Behavior. From to , the average American adult had sex nine fewer times per year than Americans did from to , the researchers found. That drop in frequency was even steeper for married couples who live together; they had sex 16 fewer times a year.