By Jamie-Rivera Published 05/26/2017 08:07:00 | Views: 3833
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Long suspected, never proven — until now: There’s new scientific evidence suggesting that women in relationships (notably, unlike men) lose interest in sex over time.

After studying 170 undergraduates who’d been coupled up for up to nine years, scientists at Ontario’s University of Guelph determined that female sexual desire decreases every month “by 0.02 on the Female Sexual Function Index” — a rating system the researchers devised that ranges from 1.2 to 6.0.

If our math is right, that means women in decades-long marriages are bottoming out at the low end of the scale — but then again, maybe we shouldn’t take too much from the sexual desire of Canadians.

Do you agree with the study’s findings?

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By Jamie-Rivera 05/26/2017 08:07:00

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