Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Education, Weight Seen To Affect Women's Sex Life

Education, Weight Seen To Affect Women's Sex Life
(Globe and Mail)
Contrary to the researchers’ expectations, university-educated women are more apt to have low sex drives—48 per cent compared to 31 per cent among high-school graduates. They are also less likely to have orgasms during intercourse.

“It may well be that highly educated women are different from less-educated women in many respects. Maybe they have higher standards … higher expectations and legitimately lower evaluations. They may be living much busier, much more stressful lives,” said William Fisher, a professor of psychology and obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Western Ontario who is a co-author of the paper.

He’s just projecting.

1 comment:

Amy said...

Gee, I went to college and still have a happy, healthy sex life.

Guess I skipped that class.