It's easier to devote energy to your sex life when you’re not working two jobs.
New analysis of the Spanish National Sexual Health survey revealed a correlation between women’s sexual satisfaction and their socioeconomic level. Wealthier women were more satisfied with their sex lives than women of a lower socioeconomic level, who had less satisfying sex, were less likely to use contraception, and suffered more sexual abuse. Wealthier participants “have a better awareness of their own needs and a greater capacity for developing their sexuality in a way which is satisfying for them.” Which, yes, it’s probably easier to devote time and energy to your sex life when you’re not working two jobs or worrying about how you’re going to pay the bills.
The almost 10,000 people surveyed showed a remarkably high satisfaction with their sex lives overall, as “90 percent of men and women claimed to be very satisfied or quite satisfied with their sex life in general,” and “95 percent were satisfied with the sexual relations they had had during the previous year.” Those numbers are really, really high. Let’s all get rich and move to Spain!
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