A common topic of contention in the manosphere between men and those few women who brave these choppy waters is the issue of frequency of sex in marriage. Polls say that married men get sex once a week on average, and also that married men get sex considerably more often than single men. So women seem inclined to take this as evidence that most married men aren’t being deprived.
But is that true? Does getting it more often than your single friends equal satisfaction? If the average is weekly, that means about half the men are getting it less often than that (I know mean and median are not the same thing, but it’s close enough for our purposes). The GSS says 15% get it twice a year or less, while only 7% get it four or more times a week. (I wonder if “daily” was so small they didn’t bother to report it, because I’m having trouble finding it mentioned anywhere.)
So, how many of those guys are satisfied? I’m going to save my opinion for another post, so as to try not to skew this poll, but I’m hoping plenty of men will share theirs so we can get an idea what the frequency would be if men were in charge. So here’s the question; feel free to add details about your age or other circumstances in the comments:
Guys, if you were (or are) married to a woman you found attractive — not a supermodel, but someone who doesn’t repulse you or make you want to avoid her — and she seemed to enjoy sex well enough and was happy to have it any time you felt like it, how often would you like that to be?