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How Much Sex Is Normal?

Rowan Pelling, former editor of The Erotic Review, answered this question in her latest sex advice column for the Daily Mail. A happily married woman with two small children wrote to Pelling complaining she only wants sex once or twice a month. Meanwhile, her husband wishes she’d be “normal” and put out a few times a week. She goes on to lament those “normal” bedroom marathon folks, and how she secretly thinks them all liars or exaggerators. Including a tarty French chick she worked with who ran into the office late out of breath, with sex hair blabbing about her animalistic boyfriend all the time. “Libido is a capricious thing,” she sighs.

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3 Untraditional Ways To Get In The Mood

Lately we've heard so much advice on how to spice things up that it's starting to seem like a big blur. So, we tried to come up with some totally original, even off-the-wall suggestions for turning up you and your partner's libido.

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New Hope For Women With Sexual Dysfunction

Researchers at the Medical College of Georgia report that another closer look should be given to three drugs that are used to treat male impotence to see if small modifications could be made to render the treatments effective in women who experience sexual dysfunction.

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The Secret To A Happy Marriage?

Sex. And the absence of a healthy sex life can lead to its dissolve. Bettina Arndt, an Australian sex therapist of 35 years, noticed an ongoing trend. The married couples lining her waiting room were mainly complaining of the same marital gripe – the disappearance of sex. She then set about doing research to figure out what was happening, reports the Brisbane Times.

Female Viagra Is Questioned
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Female Viagra Is Questioned

Intrinsa, the drug that was once lauded as the "female viagra" may not be the miracle fix everyone thought. While never available in the United States, the patch was licensed by the European Medicines Evaluation Agency in July 2006. Procter and Gamble swore that those suffering from hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) could be cured by applying this testosterone-heavy belly patch. The subjects given Intrinsa were said to rack up two additional sexual encounters each month, more frequent orgasms and even a higher self-esteem. However, the medical journal Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin is questioning all of these results, saying their clinical trials were flawed.For starters, the journal isn't even 100% sure subjects given trial doses of the drug even suffered from HSDD. Many, they say, reported having sex three times a month (which wouldn't necessarily qualify as a low sex drive) and were given "short, invalidated questionnaires" which may have misdiagnosed them. And while, yes, those given the drug reported an increase in sex drive many in the placebo group also reported feeling a little friskier than usual as well.

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Lose Weight, Have More Sex

Simply put, overweight people can count on having more and better sex if they lose weight. Weight gain causes a number of hormones to get all wacky and lower libido. It also is a leading cause of erectile dysfunction. Losing weight makes junk look more majestic. And obviously, feeling more desirable and fit definitely cranks up the confidence and that's the sexiest thing of all.

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Top 5 Bedroom Mood-Killers

A couple in Michigan had their romantic evening cut short when the husband lost the keys to the handcuffs. Police were called and libidos ran ice-cold. We've compiled a list of the 5 biggest mood-killing scenarios out there. Enjoy.

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Paying For It

A study regarding spending habits and partners, shows that men who spend more money generally have more sex partners. Women who spend more recklessly, do not necessarily, have more sexual partners. This probably knocks out any question of who pays for the first date. Donald Trump suggests that ambition and libido are inexorably intertwined. This has probably only been going on for a few millennia but researcher Daniel Kruger thinks it could be to blame for our current financial dire straits.

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The Meaning Of Sex

Anyone born in the last fifty years has been met with increasingly sexy advertising and entertainment. At the same time, premarital, extramarital and so-called "casual" sex are also on the rise. But, as recent film Zack & Miri Make A Porno questions, is sex ever just "f*cking" or does it always have meaning, despite what our sexually liberal culture might lead us to believe?

When Can You Get The Female Viagra?
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When Can You Get The Female Viagra?

I have come to pump you up! Will older women finally be able to take a testosterone-laden sex patch, the female equivalent of Viagra? Only in Europe, as the sex patch Intrinsa may not be available in the U.S. for some time, reports the Wall Street Journal. Procter & Gamble has sought approval for the female sex patch since 1999, but regulators are concerned that the increased amount of testosterone could up an older woman's cancer risk.

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Morning News Feed: Thurs, Nov 6

Well-educated Aussie women usually divorce poorer-educated men, sometimes guys dump you even when they like you, a 30 day survival guide to cohabitation, surviving the sexless marriage, a Testosterone patch for women's libidos, memorable safe sex campaigns, more birth weight worries and a video about friends with benefits.

Not Tonight: What's Behind Your Lackluster Libido
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Not Tonight: What's Behind Your Lackluster Libido

Lots of attention is paid to male sexual function, and lots of money is paid to pharmaceutical companies to fix it: a multi-billion dollar industry was created to make sure men of any age can get it up and get it on. Without a visible dysfunction, many women suffer through low libido problems and uncomfortable sex assuming nothing can be done. But there's no need to suffer. A number of things—from your diet to your birth control pills—could be dampening your sex drive, and the good news is, it may be easily fixed.

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Shot Through the Heart…

According to The Metro UK, a new sex injection could be better than Viagra. Sounds pretty good. One major upside: It’s available for men and women. Another upside: as opposed to Viagra, which leads to physical arousal, this drug produces desire.

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No Sex? The Rx

You may have read Genevieve’s recent “sexless marriage” post; cnn.com has run a pretty thorough companion piece worth mentioning. The basis for their “Surprising Reasons You’re Not Having Sex” article is this stat: “Women today have less time for sex than their 1950s counterparts. And it's estimated that 40 million Americans have what experts call a sexless marriage (having sex less than 10 times a year).” Okay, that does not sound good. Check out the article for common problems, such as body-image issues (duh), to not-so-common, like you’re bedroom’s way too boring (huh).