Men and Women feel Boredom in longterm relaitonship-They want to try something new in bedroom
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Men and Women feel Boredom in longterm relaitonship-They want to try something new in bedroom

New York City : NY : USA | Jun 24, 2011 at 10:59 AM PDT
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Men and women does not satisfied after sex. This question is rising up in the both sex.

A sex avice site recently conducted survey on boredom in long term relationship.

In this survey more than 3000 men and women examined. 25% of these couple reported that problem. They says that they are feeling extremely bored in their relationship.

Additional 25% of the sample on the brink of boredom. Majority of the respondent 57.9% says that they want something new. They are interested in trying new in the bedrom.

Out of 57.9%, 25.7% mostly or somewhat interested in trying something new in bedrom.

Now they're asking readers:

• Would you like to try something new in the bedroom?

• What have you done, and what are you up for?

• What turns you on with your partner?

In the interest of us all finding out what we collectively want from sex, head to goodinbed.com and take the survey. And while you're there, you can find the answer to pretty much any question you've ever had about sex. Really, any.

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