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Study Says Couples Have More Sex When Women Make the First Move

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The response "initiate sex" appears repeatedly in any relationship piece that investigates what men wish women did more of.

Despite this, a new study that was just published in the journal Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences found that men initiate sexual activity more than three times more frequently than women do.

But doing so is detrimental to the interests of both parties involved: Researchers discovered that couples in which the woman initiated sexual activity had a higher frequency of sexual encounters.

But doing so is detrimental to the interests of both parties involved: Researchers discovered that couples in which the woman initiated sexual activity had a higher frequency of sexual encounters.

together for as little as one month to as long as nine years and typically had sex two to three times a week in order to determine some of the factors that impact the frequency of sex in a serious relationship.

These couples had been together for as little as one month to as long as nine years. As a direct result of their findings, the researchers investigated the factors that contributed to the increased likelihood that women would take the lead in sexual matters.

They discovered that a woman's level of desire and her general attitude toward casual sex were the two most important determinants.

It should not come as much of a surprise that a woman is more likely to take the initiative to pursue a romantic relationship if she has a strong attraction for her potential mate.

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