More and more women are embracing their sexual prowess and becoming increasingly confident in the bedroom.
One lady likes nothing more than buying sexy lingerie in the UK and sleeping with her boyfriend so much, he has even complained he can’t keep up with her demand.
Writing to Just Jane in the Daily Star, the reader said his lover “expect[s] me to have sex all day long”.
“At the moment her sexual appetite is out of control. Losing weight and having a boob job have made her rampant. She demands increasingly edgy, kinky sex and I struggle to keep up,” he wrote.
Is this guy’s girlfriend unusual or are more women just finding the confidence to openly enjoy having sex these days?
Or is it because guys are just having less sex than they used to and they’re not familiar with this level of intimacy anymore.
According to a recent study from the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago, 23 per cent of adults in the US claimed they had not had sex in the last 12 months.
The General Social Survey findings, published by the Washington Post, revealed the number of men under 30 who admitted to not having had sex in the past year has tripled in the last decade. This means nearly a third of all young guys (28 per cent) in America have not slept with anyone in the last 12 months!
This could be because more than half of American adults between 18 and 34 do not have a long-term partner, while just 33 per cent did not have one in 2004. According to social media comments, some people believe the decline in sexual activity could also be the result of dating apps, work-related stress, and anxiety problems.