Marital Sex is More Fun

By J. Grant Swank, Jr.
November 13, 2002

Sex cupped inside marriage vows is more fun. That's what the wives told English surveyors.

So there!

Flings and affairs don't produce what PLAYBOY says they do, that is, at least from the wives' perspective.

Two thirds of married females polled stated that their most fulfilling sexual experiences happened with their spouses.

Compare this with 13 percent who related that it was when unmarried they had the most sex fun. Further, 9 percent related that their sex highs were when having an affair.

The tellings come from a British health magazine, Top Sante.

"This survey turns on its head the idea that the best sex is when we are footloose, fancy free and single," said Juliette Kellow, Top Sante's editor.

Husbands now can be reassured by the survey's results, based on interviewing 2000 women throughout the United Kingdom.

More than 50 percent of the women confided that their spouses had a "gorgeous body." Sixty-nine percent were pleased with their husband's weight and 93 percent okayed his "manhood."

Time did not seem to wear thin the marital bond. After 14 years, 63 percent of the females stated that they were in love with their husbands and 65 percent concluded that sex was never displeasing when with the "right man."

Ninety-five percent of the women related that they thought being faithful was important in a long-term companionship while 16 percent did say they had had an affair or two.

Topics: Family & Marriage

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