The survey, by Ann Summers, asked 2, British people in relationships about their sex lives, including how often they have sex, and whether or not they enjoy it. The survey, by Ann Summers , asked 2, British people in relationships about their sex lives, including how often they have sex, and whether or not they enjoy it. Despite this, it seems that when it comes to communication in the bedroom, many people find sex awkward to talk about. By Shivali Best.
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Sex is on the decline in Britain, particularly among married and cohabiting couples, according to a major study that suggests the increasingly busy lives we lead and distractions of the internet may be partly to blame. The data comes from more than 34, people in the UK who took part in three waves of a large study called Natsal national surveys of sexual attitudes and lifestyles. It shows a fall in sexual activity from to in all groups, with the steepest decline among the overs and those who are married or cohabiting. The UK is not the only country where rates have slumped. Researchers say one possible reason for the drop is that people no longer feel the need to exaggerate how often they have sex. However people say they are not happy with the amount of sex they have.
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How women tried to overcome sexual difficulties at a pivotal moment in Britain's sex history. These are just some of the painful secrets that women confided to the pioneering sexual counsellor, Joan Malleson, in s London. The study, published today in Twentieth Century British History , investigates how Malleson combined psychological techniques with practical exercises to treat a range of sexual disorders. It also reveals that seeking sexual fulfillment in s Britain could be a deeply confusing and upsetting quest for heterosexual couples. To avoid any ethical issues, they have been anonymised and any personal information that might lead to the identification of individuals has been removed. Today, of course, we see things differently and we have a duty to handle this evidence with great care and respect.
By Alexandra Klausner. British couples are having less sex than they did during the previous two decades, and the busy pace of modern life could be to blame, according to a recent study. Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine analyzed data from 34, people aged 16 to 44 about their sex lives and found that nearly a third of men and women had no sex in the last month. Fewer than half the men and women in the study have sex at least once a week.