How to have the best sex ever!
less than five percent of singles between the ages of 25 and 59 have sex two to three times a week, while a quarter of married folks are beating the single record five times over. A whopping 61 percent of singles reported that they hadn’t had sex within the past year, compared with 18 percent of married people.
The belief that singles have more and better sex than marrieds has become a cultural myth that researchers and sociologists are finding to be untrue and coming up with some hard evidence to substantiate this claim. While the single life is glamorized on film and on TV, the reality underlying the entertainment media’s portrayal of “the good life” is, for many people a far cry from the picture painted by Hollywood, both in quantity and quality.
The prevailing view for the majority of Americans is that once you’re married, sex gets routine and boring, and because it’s not so exciting any longer, the frequency falls off. The reality is that for the majority of singles, sex tends to be sporadic, infrequent, or for some, non-existent. There are of course some singles who are experiencing more abundant and pleasurable sexual activity than they ever did in their marriage, or even in their lives, but contrary to commonly held-beliefs, these people are in the minority, not the majority of the population.
Bill Maher is famous for the parting shot he tagged onto his rant about gay marriage:
…for the record, all marriages are “same sex” marriages. You get married, and every night, it’s the same sex.”
Thankfully, he’s wrong.
The best sex is found in getting and then staying married.
And, if it isn’t for you, then, don’t dump the marriage, get help and fix it!!!
(Note: The top link leads to a Psych Central page which contains a slightly-erotic image. It may still be considered not safe for work or your heart by some…)