A Sexless Generation
Oy vey, the statistics are not good.
Sex in America is on the decline (and no, this is not an April fools’ joke)!
Based on this who can argue with President Trump that we need to “Make America Great Again” — and that should include sexual vitality along with military might, economic competitiveness, and social justice.
In the early 1990 and 2000’s , Americans had sex on average about 60 to 65 times a year.
Moreover, for married couples, who are at the high end of the sexual spectrum, this is down from 67 in 1989 to just 56 times a year now.
This is a reduction of 9 , which doesn’t sound like much — however that actually comes to 14% less nookie!
And geez, that’s less than once a week! :-(
What’s weird is that the statistics show that Americans working longer hours and watching more pornography actually is tied to a “busier sex life.”
To me the obvious answer is that people are living too much in a virtual world of loneliness and nothingness.
And they have lost touch with each other in the real world and have become more selfish and less giving personally and sexually.
So while some people are busy infighting and infatuated with reading and generating all the fake news these days, it seems like they are missing the real disheartening and unloving American news of the times. ;-)
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)