26 November 2013

Less bonking?

The Guardian reports:
The frequency with which Britons have sex has declined over the past decade, in what one researcher has suggested could be a "recession impact".
The third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal) found that, on average, people aged 16-44 have sex just under five times a month, compared with figures of 6.2 for men and 6.3 for women in the previous survey, in 2000.
Or maybe Britons are being more truthful?

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