7 Things You Didn't Know About Married Sex

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Parents Work To Keep Things Interesting
A 2012 nationally representative study revealed that parents are more likely to have spontaneous sex (54 percent), sex in different places (45 ... more 
Photo by: Babble
Parents Work To Keep Things Interesting
A 2012 nationally representative study revealed that parents are more likely to have spontaneous sex (54 percent), sex in different places (45 percent), and incorporate a vibrator (34 percent), than couples without children. Who says being married with kids means entering into the sex life doldrums?
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Wed, Oct 17, 2012 3:22 PM EDT
We all know that physical intimacy is important to maintaining a healthy, happy relationship, and that the absence of sex between romantic partners invariably signals dysfunction and disconnection. In study after study, research shows that the more sex a married couple has, the happier they are, and the less likely they are to consider divorce. But what's "normal" or "average" for most couples, and how does this change as couples age and move through various life changes, like having kids? The findings, as you might suspect, are titillating (cough). - By Tracey Gaughran-Perez



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