5 Excuses to Stop Making About Sex

October 22, 2014 4:15 PM

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Our sexuality is an important part of our identity. Feeling acknowledged as a sexual person contributes significantly to our sense of well-being. Although actual sex makes up a small amount of our time in a relationship, if the sexual contact between partners is absent or unsatisfying, it has a major impact on how we feel about the relationship, our partner and, most importantly, ourselves.

Despite the importance of our sexuality, research has found that in many relationships across the world, sex seems to be being set on the backburner. According to The Kinsey Institute 13 percent of U.S. married couples report having sex only a few times per year. An Australian study of more than 6,0...

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