Now, sex expert Tracey Cox has revealed the top ten lies she claims women tell their partners. Ever heard any of these? Then maybe it's time you and your other half had a chat Cox says that while "sex can get better the longer you're together in that it's more intimate, loving and caring," she adds that "passion, lust and excitement need novelty to ignite.
One costly mistake that would make all relationships perfect if avoided by men "No matter how many new things you try, she says, "it's still the same body you're having sex with all those years in - and your brain and body know it. Cox says, because "most women take much longer to orgasm than men do, so he's often done before we've even got to the halfway point" and "secondly, we're talking split-second timing given that both his and her orgasms generally last under a minute.
We have sex all the time. The average married couple has sex less than once a week, according to the National Survey of Attitudes and Lifestyles. Seven mysterious things women do after getting intimate that men fail to notice This, Ms. Cox writes, is "a far cry from the 2. Also a lie, according to Ms. In a recent US survey, 63 percent of people said they'd confided in a third party about a problem in a long-term relationship while 73 percent said someone else confided in them.
I've never faked an orgasm. Where can I get such a woman? Advice to all men If it's a man saying this, there's a very strong chance it's true, Ms. Cox says, but, if it's a woman, "it's almost definitely a lie. While between 95 and 98 percent of men have watched porn, "they aren't the only ones," Ms.
A total of 55 percent of women watch some kind of erotica once a month, 40 percent watch porn weekly and 96 percent have watched it with a partner at some point, she says. A study by Debbie Herbenick from Indiana University found I don't even own a vibrator, let alone use oneOf all the women in the UK, 80 percent own a vibrator and 55 percent use one regularly.
Cox argues says this is "a good thing because research indicates women who use sex toys have higher libidos and orgasm more easily. People in long-term relationships often look at their single friends with envy, imagining them having loads of lovely, lusty sex. In reality, though, single people have far less sex than married people do, even those who've been together for a long time. Research from a study of nearly 6, people aged 14 to 94 found 61 percent of singles hadn't had sex in the past year compared to 18 percent of married people.
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