Amidst all the hullabaloo in the news this week about men losing interest in sex (seriously you'd think, the way it was covered, that gravity stopped working or something), we had to wonder: Maybe the "problem" is all relative. Meaning, maybe it's not that men want sex less, but that women want it more. After all, now that sex education is improving, sex toys are finally starting to get the job done, and women are getting better at asking for what they want and need in bed, it makes sense that they'd want to get it on a little more often. And a recent poll in the Vagina Pagina community (yep, we said Vagina Pagina) would seem to bear this out: 10 percent of the respondents said they have sex more than 7 times in a week, but 68 percent of the respondents said that they would like to be having sex more than 7 times in a week. And 27 percent said they were having sex once or less per week, but only 9 percent said that they would like to be having sex this often. Yeah, we know this sort of data isn't exactly grad school thesis-worthy--but, hey, we read plenty of bullshit studies in academic journals, too.

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