Nor is the average amount of time taken up by each sexual encounter a firm gauge. reports, the average amount of time involved has been shrinking year by year since 2000—from 58.6 minutes, including foreplay and afterplay, to 35.4 minutes now.Infidelity, the traditional fly in the ointment of marital bliss, is no longer what it used to be either. The two most startling statistics among the findings, while by no means the whole story, are at least sadly suggestive: (1) one-third of Spa! The conclusion arises from the magazine’s survey of 1,000 single and married men in their 30s. How often do they do it, with how many partners, with what degree of eagerness?“Once when I was 30, a senior colleague invited me to a ‘pink salon.’ After that, however, I could never muster the courage to go back alone.” We’re not told what happened at the salon; only that he left with his virginity intact.
Much is being made these days of the “herbivorous male,” the rising type as the sexually hungry carnivores fade into history.Let the reader judge whether the following statistic is cause or effect: To Spa! ” 77% replied “No.” If one-quarter of single men in their 30s really are virgins, they deserve a representative figure, and Spa! I don’t know her name, don’t have her contact info.For 30 years—roughly the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s—sex was everything. Of course, frequency is not the ultimate measure of quality (though the thought occurs that if it were better, it might be more frequent). For two to three times a month the figures are 28.7% and 18.7%, respectively; for two to three times a week, 8% and 7.3%; for once every six months, 10% and 7.3%.provides one—a 38-year-old Tokyoite whose work, unspecified, has to do with technology. To tell you the truth, I was more shocked than happy when she kissed me.
“It’s not that I’m not interested in women,” he says. No, if it ever happens, it’ll have to be with someone I really like.