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The first study to examine the relationship between marijuana use and frequency of sexual intercourse at the population level in the United States shows a positive correlation between the two. Stanford researchers analyzed data and found a positive association between frequency of marijuana use and frequency of sexual intercourse. But the link between sex and at least one drug, marijuana, has been confirmed.
Are you asking yourself how much sex you really should be having in your marriage? Do you wonder how much sex is enough? Might there be a magic number? Furthermore, how important is sex?
However, at the university where I teach a class on gender theory, class discussion topics include the history of masturbation, the change in its recognition in the community, and even the difference in the attitude towards it in different societies. Through these discussions, I hope that students can see the importance of looking at sex from a social sciences point of view and that it is not something vulgar. Japanese are known to have considerably low sexual frequency, and extremely low satisfaction in their sexual life.
Skip navigation! Story from Wellness. There's really no such thing as the "right amount of sex" that you should be having, but if you've ever wondered how you stack up amongst your peers, a study from the Kinsey Institute has your answer.
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A recirculated study from the Kinsey Institute for research in Sex, Reproduction and Gender suggests age can act as a predictor for average sex frequency, ranging from once a week to once a month. Unsurprisingly, researchers at the Kinsey Institute found people between 18 and 29 are having the most sex, with an average of sex sessions per year, or twice a week. Evidently, this drop-off coincides with an increase in age as family obligations, day-to-day stresses, and illness become more physically and mentally taxing.