In case you missed it, there’s something severely wrong going on here. If the findings of the General Social Survey from the Archives Of Sexual Behavior are to be believed, Americans have a sexual drought on their hands. It seems we’re getting laid far less than any time in recent memory, and that’s a problem.
When it comes to married and live-in couples, compared to the previous decade, they had sex 16 fewer times per year between 2010 and 2014. When the years between 1995 and 1999 are looked at, it’s not as depressing…but it ain’t good either. Those folks were getting it on 9-times more per year than today.
The link here is happiness. When people are happier, their libido is higher. When they’re miserable, their libido is lower – it’s a vicious circle. Maybe their relationships aren’t as satisfying, or their jobs are stressing them out, or just the general angriness that seems to be permeating the country these days. No matter what it is, we’d best get happy if we want to get laid.
Source: Daily Mail