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How Much Sex Is Too Much (or Not Enough) for You? | NextTribe

One woman wants much more sex than her husband. The other wants much less–as in never. Yes, never would be good for her.

These are the views of two authors whose stories we’ve published this week. Now we want your view.

And this got us thinking: What is the right amount of sex? Especially at our age? How much sex is too much sex? What’s not enough? Who’s still ravenous as hell? Who prefers to go to bed with a good book? Let us know. Take our survey below. Just scroll to go to the next question. We will thank you now!

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