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Women, on the other hand, sell themselves short: 55 percent think their husbands are satisfied, while 77 percent of men rate themselves as happy or very happy. but not after kids While over a third of men say their sex life got better after marriage, a third of women say their sex life was better before and a quarter say there's been no change.
However—the sexes agree (52 percent of women; 49 percent of men) that they had hotter sex before they had kids.
We asked these questions (and much racier ones) in our new survey all about married sex.
Close runners up for both men and women are duration (49% of women; 43% of men), foreplay (45% of women; 43% of men), time of day (43% of women; 46% of men) and technique (47% of women; 42% of men). While married sex may be predictable—that doesn't mean couples aren't happy with their under-the-sheets action.
Oxytocin is a hormone that makes us feel loving and connected and helps put us in the mood. You know one of the reasons why women aren’t more into porn? OK guys, stop all your whining and complaining for a second and listen up: If you want more sex from your wives, you have to grow up and recognize that people change, relationships change, and your sex life doesn’t stay the same. It seems counterintuitive, but letting your partner have some time to herself can help her recharge.As a sexologist, relationship expert, and contributor to Good in Bed, the one question I’m constantly asked is: "How can I get my wife to have more sex with me? Offer to watch the kids for a few hours so she can meet a friend for coffee, take a book to the beach, or relax in a bubble bath.Especially husbands: 80 percent of men reported being very happy or happy with their sex life, compared to 60 percent of women.Men think we're happier than what we are While 79 percent of men think their wives are happy or very happy with their sex lives, only 60 percent of women say they actually are.