10 Surprising Realities About Married Sex


This is kinkier than you might think. You had better take time to read and see if you measured up. Scientists have crunched the numbers on how often wedded couples get busy in the sheets, now left to you to relate the findings to you and your spouse. This is just to spice your marriage and make your home happy.

Sex 5 Times A Month.

Do the deed as often as you go to Sunday brunch, and you’re normal as bacon and eggs. If you want the math for an entire year, married couples do it an average of 58-68 times, according to multiple studies, just slightly more than unmarried people.

7.5% Of Married Says They Have Sex Daily.

Can this be true? Your guess is as good as mine. 40% of spouses said they have sex three or four times a week, according to the authors of The Normal Bar.

84% Of Women Says They Have Sex To Get Their Husband To Help With Household Chores.

Sharing chores is the third-highest factor in successful marriages — behind fidelity and a happy sex life. So tell him to roll up the sleeves on that Brooks Brothers button-down and make those dishes sparkle.

17% Of Americans Have Had Extramarital Affair.

Cheaters are becoming fewer. According to Gallup, 91% of adults consider extramarital sex wrong. That’s up from 40 years ago when less than 70% of survey takers felt adultery was “always wrong,” according to the National Opinion Research Center.

Married Women Twice Likely To Reach Orgasm.

Because your husband knows how to please you sexually. Committed relationships make women almost twice as likely to climax — 75% have orgasms — than casual hookups do, says New York University sociologist Paula England.

Less Than 50% Of Women Want Regular Sex After 4 Years Of Marriage.

Not necessarily a need for change. Only 48% of married women want regular sex after four years. But there’s light at the end of the tunnel: Scientists recently found that, when you control for age, couples who are married longer actually become more likely to be sexually active. Bottom line: Get over the post-honeymoon hump and things are likely to be even more intimate.

12% Of Married People Haven’t Had Sex In 3 Months.

Who is on strike-wife or the husband? Kongi is in the air. Dry spell is a real struggle in some marriages. For some it’s a desert storm: More than 6% of married women say it’s been over a year since they have had sex with their spouse. (Experts define a sexless marriage as having sex no more than 10 times in any given year, or less than once per month)

33% Of Married Couples Are Interested In BDSM

BDSM is a variety of often erotic practices or roleplaying involving bondage, discipline, dominance and submission, sadomasochism, and other related interpersonal dynamics.  Bondage and discipline (B&D), dominance and submission (D&S), and sadism & masochism (S&M). The terms BDSM can be a lot of different things to different people with different preferences.

Long before 50 Shadescouples were pretty open to exploring. A 2005 survey by Durex found that 10% of Americans have tried sadomasochism and 36% have used blindfolds or other forms of bondage. But so did their parents: A study from 1953 found that 55% of women (and 50% of men) liked being bitten!

Closed To 40% Of Married Women Have Had Anal Sex.

A 2013 CDC survey revealed that 37.5% of currently married women aged 18-44 have had anal sex with an opposite-sex partner.

83% Of Married People Have Had Pre-marital Sex.

Don’t bother looking in the holy Quran or Bible for the appropriate scripture against pre-marital sex, it’s sex age! Note this:  Women with exactly two premarital sex partners have higher divorce rates than those with 3 to 9 partners. Basically, if you’re comparing your husband to other guys, it’s better to have more than one.



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