A new study suggests it may be true. Married men who spend time doing traditionally feminine household tasks -- such as grocery shopping, cleaning and cooking -- recounted having less sex than men who stick to traditionally masculine chores such as gardening or home repair.Read More
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Oct 17, 2013 2:52:33 PM
Research indicates that the sex drive of men is much higher than that of women. Higher testosterone levels in men seems to be the driving factor here. The sex drive in men is said to be much more direct than in women. This is because women are thought to need an emotional connection before that spark of sexual desire can be lit.Read More
Feb 26, 2013 2:40:13 PM
The human body does slow down with age. It is a natural phenomenon. But while the body slows down, the sex urge does not. Like all muscles, the ones in the genitals also show signs of age while the need for sex can remain unchanged. When this happens it is frustrating and the sex that does occur is tinged with doubt that reduces its pleasure.Read More
Feb 6, 2013 11:48:52 AM
Hundreds of foods and scents over the centuries have been thought to increase sexual desire. Scientific studies show there is some truth to the ancient folklore. Chocolate, oysters and honey are three of the oldest known aphrodisiacs. Research indicates these foods act on sight, smell and taste stimulants.