I wondered which factor most strongly predicts men having sex frequently: youth, money, looks, or being married? Here are the statistical results (GSS data, sample size = 685 men, standardized OLS coefficients, all effects stat. sig.):
Factors predicting frequent sex
Good looks .09
Being married .16
Being young is by far the most important factor. Older guys don't have sex nearly as much. Next in importance is being married. I imagine many men think you get more sex when you're unattached. You might get more variety, but not more sex. A big paycheck comes in third, but good looks is least important for men.
So if you like lots of sex, don't get old.
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