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Researchers know that people in Finland are finding — or making — less time for intimacy and they wanted to find out why. Researchers asked respondents which partner in the relationship was more game for getting horizontal. According to Kontula overall Finns are now getting busy less frequently than three decades ago in the s. There is less time for making "the beast with two backs" as Shakespeare once famously dubbed the sex act. The study also found that singles engaged in bedroom action less frequently than their peers in relationships.
On the other hand, if the frequency of sex is less than once a week, most people were dissatisfied. Roughly half of men and one-fifth of women suffer from deprivation," Kontula noted. It is clear from the research that many couples in Finland have mismatched sexual desires. In such cases men were three to four times more likely to want sex than their partners, a pattern that cut across all age groups.
The only exception was in the case of women in their twenties, more of whom reported mutual sexual desire in their relationships than other groups. The study found that in slightly more than half of relationships, men wanted sex more than their partners, while women were more interested in lovemaking in about 15 percent of cases. Women are three times less keen on sex than men," he noted. Couples in which both parties wanted to get busy equally often ed for thirty percent of respondents. Li Andersson also reiterated her desire for remote learning to be a last resort in Finnish schools.
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