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Monday, February 7, 2011
Australians want more sex
It seems all Australians want is more sex. Be it male or female, young or old, single, married or divorced, there is one thing they have in common: the desire for more action between the sheets.
The results do not surprise sex therapist and author Bettina Arndt of What Men Want, who said couples in long-term relationships often had mismatched levels of sexual desire
And not just that, they want it to be more interesting.
Almost 7000 people completed an online sex survey over the past week and more sex was a common theme, reports theCourier Mail.
The survey found that 39.2 per cent of men want more sex, with 53.3 also hoping it will be more interesting.
A greater number of women, 43.3 per cent, are after more sex, and 44.4 per cent would like their love life to be more interesting.
The survey also revealed that divorced men in their 40s were the most likely to have visited sex workers, with 56.4 per cent saying they had visited a prostitute while they were single and only 35.9 per cent saying they had never paid for sex.
This compared to 64.6 per cent of married men of the same age and 97.3 per cent of women in their 40s saying they had never visited a sex worker.
The results do not surprise sex therapist and author Bettina Arndt of What Men Want, who said couples in long-term relationships often had mismatched levels of sexual desire.
"I suspect the people complaining about lack of sex are in the situation of having to live with constant sexual rejection," Arndt said.
Source: Courier Mail