That's a big gap, but not necessarily surprising considering about 80 percent of columnist Dear Abby's female readers once told her that they'd much prefer to have a meaningful conversation with their partner than a good romp. A recent survey of about 9,000 Australians, of whom 73 percent were married, finds similar numbers -- 54 percent of men and 42 percent of women are unhappy with how often they're having sex. "People in sexless marriages report that they are more likely to have considered divorce, and that they are less happy in their marriages," Donnelly told the New York Times in 2008, noting that 15 percent of married couples hadn't gotten it on with their spouse in the prior six months to one year.
The men overwhelmingly wanted more action, while a third of the women said they were getting more than they wanted, thank you very much. Of course, that doesn't mean they haven't had sex with someone else.
It joins the ranks of other NSFW-social media spinoffs like Fuckbook and Pinsex that have jumped on the burgeoning industry of user-generated, "social" porn.
Feel free to get hip to it, but proceed and share at your own risk.
The Venetian romancer once seduced a vestal virgin by seductively sliding an oyster from his mouth to hers.
If that doesn't get you in the mood, I don't know what will! Oysters improve dopamine levels which boosts libido in men and women.
But if recent surveys are correct, that doesn't even come close to the number of people who are living it but experiencing it privately.It functions similarly to its SFW sister with filters and all that kit and caboodle.