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In one of the few studies on the topic of "sexless marriages," 16 percent of the 6,029 participants reported not having sex over the last month. Donnolly, has similarly estimated that 15 percent of couples have not had sex in the last six months.
Using a slightly different unit of measurement, the author of the book The Reason You're Not Having Sex Matters More The frequency with which we have sex receives a lot of attention, because it's the easiest way to measure and compare our sex lives to our peers.
Regardless of when you have sex, it's pretty much a given fact that when two people who find each other attractive start getting together, sex is probably going to happen at one point.
In a study of over 26,000 Americans, which was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, participants reported having sex 54 times a year, which averages out to approximately once a week.
This reported frequency was found to be about nine sexual interactions a year lower since a similar study was conducted in 1990.
And couples who have sex more often than that are just as happy.
But what about those of us having sex less than once a week?