Nowadays People Have Less #Sex

springloveThose ladybugs didn’t get the memo but humans, like Cartman say, ‘I do what I want‘. Sad but true, a study shows that people are having less sex today than they did back in the late 90s. It’s more statistically significant for people in relationships. Compared to yesteryear, couples are having sex an average of 16 fewer times per year and ‘free agents’ are having sex 9 fewer times per year. Researchers think it has to do with depression, later start in marriage, and smarphones. Google it. Relative to the article featured on Wednesday – does anybody see a vicious cycle here? Less sex fosters moody people with less productivity. Is there such a thing as a male ladybug?

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